odds on Toto and Lewis both at RP next season?03 Dec 2020 10:05
something is going on , I am locked down mostly and work from home anyway , so i watch GP for endless hours. The interview are telling for what they don't cover. I think Lewis is loyal to MB and Toto but but I also think that now he has the record, he will eye a bigger picture , such as doing something for a British team,,,, just my humble view, but i have backed it with large ish wadge of shares.Well, large for me .In the five figures.
I suspect this is more to do with the fact that traditional ATL media accounts are discussed this way, because it is easy to buy the data - whereas the there are so many digital variants that the numbers tell you very little and aren't for sale anyway
Having watched the two of them extensively over the last few days, I wonder whether on the back of the huge MB investment over the next few years in terms of 20% ownership ,,, whether AML might be the next roles for both ,,,, Toto as CEO and Lewis as driver to make the British brand great via F1 - then in team management and part ownership ,, just a thought ,,,,
Watching Toto and Lewis at length over the weekend and after the race, I just have a feeing that tey work so well together - and both know this is rare in motorsport, that they might find a joint next step . Such as making AM great again.
Lewis could drive and reinvigorate the brand and Toto's next step is a bigger task than carrying and trying to repeat the same thing again,, his management skills I feel will be recognised my MB for a bigger role ,,,, I should add I have invested in AM on this basis and am sitting on a 25% loss right now!
1 There is nothing in the company sales performance or plans that look like turning round a car crash - sorry - of a financial position
2 There are too many Mercedes connections to ignore. Not least Toto Wolffs private investment - and the AMG situation This looks like a Mercedes waiting game - to see how low the share price goes before they buy it .
The fit is perfect , AML is a non competing brand, they can still share tech and engines etc which spreads the cost of R and D, they have more acreage in F1 and they get to grow the brand portfolio in non MB areas and markets.
I'm in big expecting to wake up to a stock exchange announcement, probably sooner rather than later to give maximum prep time for next years F1 season
Just my opinion, maybe overthinking it , but too many connections to ignore i think.