Lewis Hamilton devient un actionnaire des Denver Broncos en NFL

Lewis Hamilton becomes a shareholder of the Denver Broncos in the NFL

Last April, Lewis Hamilton (like Serena Williams) confirmed his interest in buying Chelsea, a project led by Martin Broughton. Finally, it was Todd Boehly who was chosen and the seven-time F1 world champion, Arsenal fan, did not become one of the owners of the Blues. But we have to believe that the British pilot wanted to invest in other sports since he officially became a shareholder of the Denver Broncos in the NFL.

The news was made official on Tuesday by Rob Walton, main shareholder of the franchise within the Walter-Penner Family consortium, owner of the Denver American football team, in a press release posted on social networks. “We are delighted to welcome seven-time Formula 1 world champion Sir Lewis Hamilton to our ownership group.says the manager. He is a champion competitor who knows what it takes to lead a team to victory.” “His perseverance and taste for excellence will be assets for the consortium and the Broncos”continues the press release.

Rob Walton, heir to the Walmart store empire, his daughter Carrie Walton Penner and son-in-law Greg Penner bought the Colorado franchise last June for an estimated $4.65 billion, a record for a professional team in the USA.

The Broncos are an important franchise in the NFL, having won the Super Bowl three times (1997, 1998, 2015). But she has not participated in the play-offs since her last title.

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