While Hamilton said that Horner was just 'stirring things', the claim led to discussions about whether the Brit - who is one of only two drivers to have ever won seven world championships - could still match the supreme Verstappen, despite being 38.
Kravitz believes that this makes any stories of the pair teaming up 'pointless'.
"And so, it's never going to happen, is it? Because Christian Horner and Helmut Marko have said, 'Look, we're not going to have two number ones in a team. It doesn't work.' But we can dream, can't we? We can dream," Kravitz told the Sky Sports F1 Podcast.
"So that story is largely pointless, in that it's never going to happen, but instructive and interesting, I think, in that Hamilton, even in the autumn of his career, absolutely backs himself to beat Max Verstappen in equal cars."
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