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Toto Wolff insists he will be losing no sleep any time soon over Red Bull Powertrains – despite their recruitment drive of Mercedes staff.
Toto Wolff has expressed his satisfaction that Formula 1 treats its fans better than football – as the European Super League fiasco showed.
Helmut Marko has accused Toto Wolff of spouting “complete nonsense” about Red Bull passing on Honda engine info to Volkswagen.
Toto Wolff says that he is “pretty confident” that Formula 1 will be able to match or increase the total of 17 races that took place in 2020.
Toto Wolff fired a warning to George Russell about his potential Mercedes future following his involvement in a huge crash with Valtteri Bottas at Imola.
George Russell feels Valtteri Bottas would have approached their Imola battle differently with another driver, “b******t” said Toto Wolff.
Despite claiming pole position, Toto Wolff is concerned by Mercedes’ “enormous” loss of time to Red Bull in less than six months between visits to Imola.
Mercedes have claimed the true meaning of Toto Wolff’s “spreading sh*t” jibe at Zak Brown and Christian Horner got lost in translation.
Toto Wolff has accused Zak Brown, the McLaren CEO, of spreading sh*t with his prediction that Max Verstappen and George Russell will drive for Mercedes in 2022.
Toto Wolff has admitted he “would not have believed” Mercedes could win the Bahrain Grand Prix – and believes his team are still behind Red Bull.
Toto Wolff has had some unflattering things to say about the Mercedes W12, describing it as “toxic to drive” and “a little diva”.
Toto Wolff has explained why he rejected the chance of a COVID-19 vaccination in Bahrain, scene of the start to the new F1 season.
Toto Wolff has admitted that Mercedes’ gearbox issue “scares” him, but they are not nervous about the start they have made.
Toto Wolff insists he harbours “no doubts” about Sir Lewis Hamilton’s F1 commitment even though the World Champion has signed for only one more Mercedes season.
Discussing the budget cap, Toto Wolff says that having a lot of money doesn’t guarantee that teams will be successful in Formula 1.
Toto Wolff says he wants a “clear understanding” with Sir Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas about plans for 2022 before “flirting outside” of Mercedes.
Toto Wolff thinks Sebastian Vettel’s “change of scenery” with Aston Martin is exactly what he needs after finding himself in a “negative spiral” at Ferrari.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff is keen for Formula 1’s quest for a more sustainable future not to turn into a “fuel and oil war”.
Toto Wolff has referred to F1’s rules changes for 2022 as an “earthquake” as he plots how to continue Mercedes’ dominance.
Toto Wolff has insisted Sir Lewis Hamilton sees himself as part of the big picture at Mercedes and not someone whom “everything revolves around”.
Toto Wolff has described the time George Russell convinced him he was a Mercedes driver of the future – when he walked into his office aged 15.
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff believes the 2021 cars will start the season slower than the 2020 versions due to aero and tyre changes.
Toto Wolff has thanked Williams for the “positive and pragmatic” talks that allowed George Russell to join Mercedes for the Sakhir Grand Prix.
Toto Wolff keeps talking about a change of role at Mercedes, but who would replace him as team principal? We discuss the contenders.
Toto Wolff has revealed how a watchword of the All Blacks rugby side has helped to foster the team ethic driving Mercedes’ remarkable F1 success.
Toto Wolff believes Red Bull’s plan to take over the intellectual property of Honda’s engines has the potential to work out well.
Toto Wolff has insisted that Mercedes’ plans to increase their stake in Aston Martin to 20% will make no difference to either company’s Formula 1 team.
Toto Wolff has told Mercedes junior driver George Russell to forget about his Imola blunder – saying it happens to the “best ones”.
Toto Wolff has warned F1 needs to be mindful that the second wave of the global health pandemic could yet prevent the 17-race season from being completed.
Toto Wolff has claimed that social distancing because of the global health pandemic is another factor delaying Lewis Hamilton’s new contract.