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sport news Formula One legend tipped to make shock U-turn on retirement after Lewis ... trends now

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Lewis Hamilton will leave Mercedes at the end of the year and join Ferrari The superstar has signed a contract worth a staggering £40million-plus His sensational move may result in one F1 great choosing to return to the grid 

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Lewis Hamilton's sensational move to Ferrari has been tipped to lead to the return of one of Formula One's best-ever drivers despite his recent retirement.

Superstar Hamilton shocked the world of motorsport after deciding to activate a break clause in his Mercedes contract, allowing him to leave and join the Scuderia.

His switch to one of the world's most recognisable brands will officially come into effect in 2025 and will fulfil a dream he has harboured since his childhood.

The departure from the Silver Arrows, which is understood to have shocked team principal Toto Wolff, is likely to shake up the grid ahead of the next season.

Hamilton's current team-mate, George Russell, will require a new sparring partner and this will have a knock-on effect as teams set about securing replacements.

Lewis Hamilton's move to Ferrari may see a Formula One great return to the grid in the future

Lewis Hamilton's move to Ferrari may see a Formula One great return to the grid in the future

Hamilton fulfilled a lifelong dream by opting to race for the Scuderia and signing a £40m deal

Hamilton fulfilled a lifelong dream by opting to race for the Scuderia and signing a £40m deal

Sebastian Vettel retired from F1 in 2022 but has now been tipped to make a shock comeback

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