Willi Weber

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Wilhelm "Willi" Friedrich Weber (born March 11, 1942 in Regensburg, Germany) is the manager of numerous German racing drivers including seven-time Formula One champion Michael Schumacher, his brother Ralf Schumacher (until November 2005) and Timo Scheider. He is also the franchise holder for A1 Team Germany.

Willi Weber made himself a name in the motorsport world for discovering and promoting talents like the Schumacher brothers and for being a shrewd negotiator. Besides taking care of his clients' contractual issues he also proved to be quite a talent in finding ways to make money for his clients with creative merchandising deals.

Before driver management

As a teenager Willi Weber discovered and trained his negotiating skills and made some extra money buying up worn military uniforms and selling those off to collectors. At the same time he was in an apprenticeship in hotel management in order to learn the business with the target to run his own gastronomic establishment. He succeeded as an entrepreneur with his businesses being based near Stuttgart, Germany, and became a wealthy man with franchises.As a motorsport fan he spent time and good part of his wealth by enjoying himself behind the wheel of race cars as gentleman driver. In 1983 engineer Klaus Trella talked Weber into a partnership and they founded their Formula 3 team WTS (Weber-Trella Stuttgart). Realising that he wasn't exactly a front-runner on the track, Weber made room for...
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