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Wolff reveals if Hamilton staying in F1 was dependent on Masi being fired

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff insists that Sir Lewis Hamilton’s decision to continue racing in Formula 1 in 2022 was not contingent on Michael Masi’s removal as race director, but welcomes the changes made to race management. Hamilton was cruelly denied his record eighth world championship last year when Masi made the controversial decision to


WATCH: Wolff and Horner arrive at F1 meeting to discuss Abu Dhabi GP drama

Formula 1 teams bosses – most notably Toto Wolff and Christian Horner – arrived in London earlier this week to meet with the FIA and discover their initial findings from the investigation they are carrying out into the controversial closing stages of the 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Max Verstappen defeated Sir Lewis Hamilton to


Red Bull warn FIA against scapegoating Masi to appease Hamilton

Red Bull have told the FIA that their issues run much deeper than race director Michael Masi, and that he should not be singled out as the sole cause of controversy following the end of last year’s title race. Masi was placed into his role as race director following the tragic passing of Charlie Whiting