Wolff won’t take back seat in F1 meetings

Toto Wolff insists he won’t be taking a back seat at the next round of team bosses meetings this weekend at Silverstone. When asked if he is angry, or intimidated, Wolff insisted: “Not at all. “At the moment I’m less on the balcony and a lot more on the dance floor,” said Wolff. “It’s important to get the problems under control, then I can look at what the successor looks like.”. On the issue of the FIA’s controversial porpoising clampdown, Wolff said Hamilton’s back issues from Baku are now over and he is expecting less of a problem at the British GP. When asked if he is talking about the Nelson Piquet racism scandal, Wolff replied: “And others too. “But it doesn’t look like that at the moment because Ferrari is beating itself.”. When asked whether Mercedes may improve sufficiently to join the fight, Wolff answered: “We’ll be back, and we’ll have a say a few more times this year.

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