Toto Wolff

George Russell and Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 2021 -

Lewis Hamilton Rubbishes Rumour He & George Russell Aren’t Talking

Sir Lewis Hamilton has rubbished reports that he and George Russell haven’t spoken to one another since the 2020 Sakhir Grand Prix, which saw the young Brit fill in for the seven-time World Champion after he had tested positive for COVID-19. Russell impressed many in the paddock that weekend, as he looked set to win

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Bottas Out? Rumours Swirl After Finnish Driver Puts Mercedes Up For Sale

Valtteri Bottas has put his Mercedes GTS up for sale, leading to fresh speculation about his future at the Silver Arrows. Bottas, who is now in his fifth season with the Mercedes F1 Team, is looking to sell the car for €190,000, according to his advert on a Finnish classifieds website. READ: ‘That’s Basically A

Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff slams Zak Brown -

Wolff Hunting For Replacement So He Can ‘Step Back From This Madness’

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has said he is searching for a suitable replacement so he can step back from “this madness.” It has long been speculated that Wolff has been looking to walk away from his current position despite him purchasing a one-third stake in the Mercedes F1 Team in December – and the

George Russell and Max Verstappen at Bahrain 2020 -

Russell Open To Fighting Verstappen Or Leclerc As Team-Mates

Williams driver George Russell has said he believes Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc will be Formula 1’s biggest talents in the future – and the young Brit is open to going toe-to-toe with them, even as a team-mate. With Sir Lewis Hamilton considering retiring from F1 at the end of the season – and with

Toto Wolff at Imola in 2021 -

Marko Says Wolff Should Remember Silver Lining Of Russell-Bottas Crash

Senior Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko has said Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff should consider the silver lining of the high-speed crash between Valtteri Bottas and George Russell during the 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. The pair collided near Tamburello, triggering a multi-impact crash which ended both of their races and led to an

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