Toto Wolff: Mercedes boss says no F1 championship is less valuable

Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff has rejected suggestions that this year’s championship would mean less than others because of the shorter season. “I don’t think any championship is less valuable than another one,” Wolff said. “You could argue a shorter championship means (you can afford) less faults and races where you don’t finish.”. Hamilton described Sunday’s race as “the most dramatic ending I can remember” after punctures for both Mercedes drivers in the final two laps. Bottas’ left-front tyre failed while he was running second to Hamilton with two laps to go, and it dropped him out of the points. Pirelli is supplying tyre compounds one step softer for this weekend’s race. Wolff said: “We are not going to see a one-stop race, but for sure an exciting two or three-stop.

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