Furthermore, Aston Martin now enjoys a technical alliance with Mercedes which powers Racing Point's chargers in F1.
The British sports auto maker's share price has slumped since its initial public offering in October a year ago.
Stroll, who is the father of Formula One driver Lance Stroll, is heading up a consortium looking to take a "major shareholding" in the British sports auto maker, Autocar and the racefans.net website reported on Thursday.
Both his business interests and vehicle collection are reported to have given him the contacts to head a consortium looking to take control of Aston Martin, in the belief they can take advantage of its current low stock value and lower than expected sales prior to building the brand's equity up again in future years, most notably by taking advantage of anticipated sales for the recently launched Aston Martin DBX SUV.
Such a plan, should it come to pass, would inevitably lead to Aston Martin joining forces with Racing Point in Formula 1, a partnership that would also make ideal business as the two companies would reside under a common umbrella.
Lance Stroll, 21, moved to Racing Point from Williams this season after a consortium led by his father bought the Force India team, which was co-owned by financially troubled Indian magnate Vijay Mallya and had fallen into administration. The consortium has invested heavily in the team and plans to expand the factory, located near the Silverstone Circuit, next year.
A partnership between Racing Point and Aston Martin would spell the end to the latter's current association with Red Bull Racing.
Aston Martin will also be competing in the World Endurance Championship and the Le Mans 24 Hours with its Valkyrie hypercar from 2021.