We need to see how things progress before we make those sort of predictions or scenarios.
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I think there's a huge potential from a driver point of view and from a commercial point of view you can imagine the potential it would have as well.
Now they are saying that the tire rule is being changed because it doesn't suit Ferrari!
I think today was a bit too extreme.
You can see he's got huge potential.
I'm quite happy with the choice and it's really up to him to prove next year whether he's a long-term Ferrari driver or not.
This winter and next year he'll do a few more serious tests. It's a kind of open-ended agreement.
One was a nice day out and the last one was a bit more serious. You can see he's got huge potential.