I can't see it happening as he is to F1 what Rossi is to MotoGP. He is going into a strong car and he is not THAT old yet.I think he should have just stayed retired. If he comes back and does great then all well and good, but if he comes back and is a flop, thats all he'll be remembered for.
He is one of the best but when one looks to the F1 record books and sees his stunning acheivements,breaking record after record there should be an asterics beside his name which reads "When the chips are down will/has resorted to cheating". :headshakeSchummy is without a doubt one of the most talented drivers in history, and for the majority of his run Ferrari has had one of the fastest cars, I say that because up until about two or three years ago, two teams have dominated every season, since he retired and rules have been changed there is much more parity. But when he was in his prime he fought hard with usually Mclaren Mercedes for the titles. But he was one of the, if not best ever. His fitness was always a notch above everybody else too, so I am real excited to see what 4 years off and a new team does for him. Should be a very exciting season.