Lewis Hamilton to sign with Mika Hakkinen as manager?
On the other hand, we have Mika Hakkinen, 1998 and 1999 world champion, who retired from F1 in 2001. Since then, Mika raced a few seasons in DTM, but after retiring from that series as well in 2007, he started managing drivers in feeder series like Formula 3, working alongside his own longtime manager Didier Coton at the Aces Group out of Monaco. Maintaining strong ties with McLaren, Hakkinen remains a brand ambassador for team sponsor Johnnie Walker, whose anti-drunk driving campaign he fronts along with Hamilton.
Recently Hakkinen's been making waves with the suggestion that he could start managing Formula One careers. Connect the dots, and it looks like a match made in heaven. If it materializes, we could expect confirmation to come soon.
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