Arthur Leclerc, younger brother of Charles, has joined the Ferrari Academy from 2020.
Hamilton has the opportunity to match Michael Schumacher's incredible, and so far untouched, record of seven drivers' titles after clinching a sixth piece of silverware in commanding style in 2019.
"To be honest, I still think we're on that path and I think there's very little that's going to shift it from that".More news: Indian Cricket Team's 87-Year-Old Superfan Charulata Patel Passes Away
Monegasque Arthur Leclerc, 19, is one of two new arrivals, along with 16-year-old Dino Beganovic of Sweden. "I cannot wait to be back in the auto racing seat".
"We are absolutely looking forward to having him in our talent pool", Rosin said.
"He is an outstanding addition to the team, and our side we are determined to work as hard as we can to make the difference for our drivers".More news: Blackhawks start strong on the road to street triumph over Canadiens
Mercedes is the fifth team to confirm its launch plans, with Ferrari kicking things off on February 11, before Renault and McLaren pull the covers off of their 2020 challengers on February 12 and 13.
In 2020, Leclerc will compete in a European-based category using current F3 cars joining Prema, the same outfit Charles won GP3 and F2 with in 2016 and 2017.
Another brand-new motorist to sign up with the FDA as well as Prema is Swedish karter DinoBeganovic After 3 years of globe champion karting, the 15- year-old will certainly note his very first period in cars and trucks with a complete slate of Italian F4 races, with extra picked German F4 getaways. The academy, which also features Mick Schumacher and Enzo Fittipaldi and Giuliano Alesi, helped Charles Leclerc progress through the ranks, rewarding him with an initial drive for Alfa Romeo before his ultimate progression to Ferrari.More news: Liverpool face month without Salah Mane when AFCON returns in 2021