Retired 2016 F1 World Champion, Nico Rosberg, has ruled out returning to the sport with Ferrari.
Rosberg retired in spectacular fashion at the end of last season after winning the World Championship, stating he had achieved his life dream of becoming champion, and was now more focused on his family life.
But there has been speculation that Kimi Raikkonen could lose his seat at Ferrari due to his poor performance this season which has seen him being labelled as a “laggard” by Sergio Marchionne. This has led to rampant speculation in the paddock about who could replace him for next year, with Rosberg being touted as one of the possible candidates.
But Rosberg was quick to rule it out when questioned, saying: "No, it will not happen. It's an honour that so much is speculated about me, but I am fully satisfied with my career, I have no regrets."