Joe, While you can’t see it happening, answering a question with your pure opinion, as it should be unless one have solid inside information, and a well earned and informed one at that. at the risk of being labeled by some lap-dog as being “Poisonous/arrogant/and having bad manners, all I am reading about is some of the present day so called journo’s having a field day pushing forward onto their followers all sorts of speculation galore.
Joe says “I can see it happen” which means that according to his opinion (after he has been asked) it is possible. That’s a hell of a lot different from all the speculation/s being pushed forward by some. something which to me is a lot different.
The OSCA Sir Sterling Moss had was an OSCA FS 372 spider Morelli, (aluminum bodied by Morelli) only 5 were build, the engine was TIPO 372 DS TWIN SPARK 1491CC 108HP@6300RPM.
But the Moss/Lioyed Sebring winning OSCA was an MT4 1450.
And the “compete against your new boss” history repeated in 1975, when Frank Williams entered a Mapfre-sponsored FW04 for local driver Emilio Zapico in the Spanish GP. This after new part-owner Walter Wolf changed the team name from Frank Williams Racing Cars to Walter Wolf Racing and the car name to Wolf-Williams (which was a Hesketh anyway).