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Vasseur was asked: Will Bearman come after Hamilton's retirement?

Vasseur was asked: Will Bearman come after Hamilton's retirement?

Krisztián Márk Tóth |

Oliver Bearman's sensational Jeddah debut has captured the imagination of many, and not without reason.

Despite the strong rumours that, as even the fanatics know, there are no vacancies at Ferrari in the next few years, and there will be none. Charles Leclerc has just signed a long-term contract, while Lewis Hamilton will only join the Reds from 2025. So common sense would suggest that Bearman would have no chance of becoming a full Scuderia driver until 2028 at the earliest...

"Let's not start talking about what will happen after Lewis retires, because he hasn't even arrived yet. But it's certainly a very good sign for Ollie that he is now the talk of the town. At the same time, let's not forget that he is running a programme from which his Formula One debut has taken him. He's back on the F2 project in Australia and Italy, but until then he's testing with us in Fiorano and will soon be back in free practice for Haas. These are important moments for his career, but the fact is that this seventh place could be a huge boost for him. Now he has to concentrate on F2 and free practice, which will be a new challenge, but if he works with the same attitude, he has a good future ahead of him," said Frederic Vasseur, who did not give a specific answer to the question in the title, but his words clearly show that he has big plans for Oliver Bearman.