The reigning champ is looking to make it an eighth world title this season as he fights Max Verstappen for the crown, something that would eclipse Michael Schumacher's previous best of seven Drivers' championships.
Schumacher, of course, achieved five of his seven title wins famously with the Scuderia but Hamilton has never driven for F1's most iconic team and has suggested that he may never do so in his final years in the sport either.
“For years, whenever I go to Monza and see the fans, I hear them saying ‘come to Ferrari’,” Hamilton said to Sky Italia.
“It warms my heart, but it’s pretty amazing I’ve never driven for Ferrari after so many years because it’s a dream for everyone, a goal to be achieved.
“It’s never really been possible and I will never quite know exactly why.
“I wish them the best and in the near future I will just have to stop them from winning the World Championship instead.
“I have a couple of Ferraris at home I can drive, but not the F1 Ferrari.”
Certainly, it seems unlikely we'll ever see Hamilton in the famous red of Ferrari now.
He's set for another couple of years with Mercees at least and then by that point he may well want to bow out of the sport.
It appears, then, it's a case of what might have been - though Hamilton will certainly have few complaints about where his career has headed instead.News Now - Sport News