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Toto Wolff’s mid-race e-mail to Michael Masi contained a diagram that bore no relevance to Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen’s Silverstone collision, according to a report.
Toto Wolff has admitted to some dismay that design of the 2022 cars will be “so constrained” and the differences between them mostly cosmetic.
Toto Wolff has said that Formula 1 brings a wide-ranging emotional rollercoaster, “between mania and despair” depending on performances.
Toto Wolff has dropped a big hint that the decision on who will partner Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes next year has already been made.
There was talk of it two years ago and it has surfaced again…Toto Wolff and a ‘soft landing’ for Valtteri Bottas if he exits Mercedes.
Toto Wolff has said Lewis Hamilton has shown himself to be a clean racer over the years, and that he is “the contrary” of a dirty racer.
Jos Verstappen says Toto Wolff used to ring himself and Max regularly, but the Dutchman now wants that to stop.
Toto Wolff said he ‘absolutely’ enjoyed celebrating Lewis Hamilton’s win at Silverstone, despite Max Verstappen calling Hamilton’s behaviour “disrespectful and unsportsmanlike.”
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff was delighted with the role Valtteri Bottas played in a crucial British Grand Prix for the team.
Toto Wolff found it “annoying” that Mercedes lost pole in sprint qualifying, but is nevertheless optimistic about the main race.
Toto Wolff has dropped a strong hint that Mercedes’ driver line-up for 2022 will be finalised during the summer break.
Toto Wolff has conceded it is “against the odds” for Lewis Hamilton to overhaul Max Verstappen and capture an eighth World Championship this year.
Toto Wolff and Christian Horner have not agreed on much this season, but they appear to concur about delaying F1’s new engine rules by a year.
A defiant Toto Wolff hopes to see Mercedes bounce back from their double disappointment in Austria and “blow everybody away” by dominating at Silverstone.
Toto Wolff has hit out at McLaren over their “whinge” about Valtteri Bottas’ pit-lane spin that earned him a grid penalty for the Styrian Grand Prix.
Mercedes team principal and co-owner Toto Wolff revealed that he “often” thought about walking away from Formula 1 in 2020.
Toto Wolff has not ruled out Valtteri Bottas being “sacrificed” in the Drivers’ World Championship fight – but not until much later in the season.
According to Toto Wolff, the way for Valtteri Bottas to keep his Mercedes seat for next year is remarkably easy.
Mike Elliott has opened up on the visible frustration being felt at Mercedes as they fall behind Red Bull in the World Championship fight.
Christian Horner and Toto Wolff’s disagreements have extended to a new subject – whether “roasting” their team in public is advisable.
Toto Wolff has insisted Lewis Hamilton being given a tow by Valtteri Bottas during Azerbaijan Grand Prix qualifying had nothing to do with Mercedes team orders.
F1’s flexi-wing squabbling was ramped up another notch before Azerbaijan Grand Prix qualifying as Toto Wolff hit back at Christian Horner.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff finally talked to reporters after earlier turning down media requests following a poor Friday in Baku.
He probably wanted to avoid fanning the flames of speculation but Toto Wolff has said if Mercedes could have a third car, George Russell would drive it.
Toto Wolff says that to avoid becoming complacent, Mercedes constantly eliminate all “relics” of their past successes.
Despite Nico Rosberg’s opinion that Toto Wolff “doesn’t like Christian Horner very much”, the Mercedes F1 boss has “respect” for his Red Bull rival.
Toto Wolff has indicated Lewis Hamilton was aware of Mercedes’ strategy in the Monaco Grand Prix – which he subsequently criticised on the team radio.
To all the world, it looked like Valtteri Bottas’ exit from the Monaco Grand Prix was zero per cent his fault – but Toto Wolff disagrees.
Toto Wolff defended Mercedes’ strategy decision for Lewis Hamilton at the Monaco Grand Prix – one that left the seven-time World Champion baffled.
Toto Wolff refused to bite at an inference that Charles Leclerc might have deliberately crashed to preserve his Monaco Grand Prix pole position.