BARCELONA, SPAIN - Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali says the Formula One team could try to sign McLaren rival Lewis Hamilton despite already having Fernando Alonso locked into a long-term deal.
Domenicali refused to rule out a move for Hamilton in the future despite the Briton's troubled partnership with Alonso in the past, saying, "I consider him a potential driver for this team."
Domenicali says, "Lewis is a strong driver and in the future, who knows what can happen."
Hamilton and Alonso partnered at McLaren in 2007 with the pair openly bickering over the No. 1 status, which ultimately cost the British team the championship to Ferrari.
Alonso is signed until the end of 2016, while teammate Felipe Massa's deal runs until the end of 2012.