So you have concluded that Mercedes Benz has rested their whole global marketing strategy on MS' success in F1?
This makes absolutely no sense.Overall car sales have everything to do with the german workforce, since that's were they are producing a lot of cars. Not to mention that they are running at full capacity and even hired new workers. And the fact that Germany isn't the only core market.
So not only are you constantly inventing stuff about Michael, you also have no clue about Merc.
"Schumacher is showing terribly this year and it has thrown doubts retrospectively on his career."
Well, good thing you have no doubts about your opinions.
Ah, Sakae and Diablobb 1981!
Here is a link for your further information concerning the Daimler-Benz perspective of the whole Mercedes GP/Michael Schumacher adventure:
What money Stuttgart is willing to spend - and it is very little, surprising really when one considers the small fortunes made by the previous 'owners' - is watched very, very carefully, with the bean counters wanting every last nut and bolt accounted for before it is purchased. What hope serious development under those conditions?
In Germany, many were against the purchase of Brawn, especially the unions, and therefore the German manufacturer is under intense scrutiny. Nonetheless, our sources claim that, in the very best Japanese tradition, Mercedes does not want to lose face, and will therefore stick it out for 2011 in the hope that Pirelli rubber will bring a change in fortune... however, some fear that the curse of Brackley remains.
Schumacher too, despite the claims of some, will stick with it, at least for another year, not so much about saving face but because the German still has worthwhile input to provide, whatever his numerous critics might say.
So there is still hope for you and the other Schumacher worshippers - at least 2011 seems realistically on the horizon. Let us hope for Michael that the Pirelli tyre can turn his fate around....