‘F1 is a meritocracy’: Wolff against any restrictions for rampant Red Bull

Verstappen won the Monaco Grand Prix comfortably on Sunday from Aston Martin’s Fernando Alonso and Alpine’s Esteban Ocon. Red Bull have yet to be beaten this season and have demonstrated a mastery across every type of circuit and in all conditions. Wolff, however, who was at the helm as Mercedes scored eight consecutive team and seven drivers’ titles between 2014 and 2021, believes that F1 should not make any changes that would artificially constrain Red Bull. He went on to acknowledge that Verstappen and Red Bull were simply performing at their best, exemplified by the world champion’s race in Monaco where he pushed to the limit but crucially kept his car on the island on a treacherous track that caught out many other drivers. Red Bull’s team principal, Christian Horner, however played down their chances of a clean sweep this season after Monaco.

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