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He may gain a small percentage but I tend to agree.Pretty sure that Lewis's ads for Heuer are not making him any money directly, they are likely part of his McLaren contract.
Do we really care?
Neither do I, which was my point really. Added to which, no individual driver should be singled out for criticism for their choice of manager, since they are all in reality performing the same function.Nope.I don't give a damn.
That's not really the point, is it? It's about maintaining the desired standard of living across a lifetime with expectations of sharply declining future income, which requires management. Obviously their incomes bear no comparison to the man in the street, but nor does their expenditure.As for the ridiculous argument that they only have a short career at the top of F1 look at the gargantuan salaries they earn.
Even midfield drivers earn at least a couple of million a season.
Robert Kubica is already a multi millionaire and sad as it is that his career may cut short he will never suffer financial hardship for his entire life.