Before becoming marketing director of Mercedes-Benz Cars in April 2016, Mr Rob Halloway held the post of communications and events director for Mercedes-Benz UK. During his time with the business, Mr Halloway has developed a knack of explaining the company’s complex technical systems in an engaging and entertaining way. He maintains close relations with the Mercedes-Benz Club and accepted the Club’s highest accolade, the Scott-Moncrieff Trophy, on behalf of F1 driver Mr Lewis Hamilton in 2007. Two years later, the Club awarded Mr Halloway the same honour. As well as being a prolific tweeter, he holds a full HGV truck driving licence and is qualified as an automotive engineer.
Brighton Rock by Graham Greene – it’s a proper gangster thriller. Or any of the Jack Reacher books by Lee Child.
IWC Pilot’s Watch, Rolex Sea-Dweller and a Victorinox I.N.O.X. for the beach.
Aesop’s Shaving Serum turns a daily chore into something almost enjoyable.
In his 1950s heyday, Sir Stirling Moss always looked cool. A polo shirt when racing and a sharp suit when celebrating.
I tend to try the local delicacy in any restaurant – sometimes with mixed results. But it’s always an adventure, and I think it’s important to try to get a taste of wherever it is you are.