Mercedes boss Toto Wolff concedes his team are ‘flying in the fog’ with their new car… which he admitted can be ‘super-difficult to drive on the edge’ amid frustrating start to the F1 season

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has admitted the team are still ‘flying in the fog’ with their new car as their disappointing season continued at the Miami Grand Prix. Wolff conceded the car, which has caused problems for Mercedes drivers in the opening five races of the campaign, was ‘super-difficult to drive on the edge’. Hamilton is among the drivers to have criticised the car and the Briton said after the race in the American city that the team haven’t been able to improve the vehicle. Mercedes have struggled with ‘porpoising’ – when a car bounces up and down – more than most others teams in the first part of the F1 season. Wolff also claims there is a discrepancy between feedback from the drivers and the data from the car.

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