Toto Wolff on the lost title in Abu Dhabi: I think about it every day

"I think Mohammed Ben Sulayem, the way he's hiring and recruiting, shows for me direction"

by Sead Dedovic
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Toto Wolff on the lost title in Abu Dhabi: I think about it every day

The Mercedes team still hasn't gotten over the defeat in Abu Dhabi that cost them the title. It seems that Toto Wolff was most affected by the way they lost the title. Michael Masi's decision cost the Mercedes team. He still doesn't forget those moments..

"I think about it every day. But I have my peace with Max winning the championship, because he's a deserving champion. How it panned out, I think I have values around fairness, and especially sporting fairness. This is what provides my fundamental love for the sport.

And then that was kicked with the feet on that particular day."- Wolff said, as quoted by motorsport.

Toto Wolff: I'm happy with how's it going

However, Wolff is satisfied with the work of the new FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem.

During the course of the season, various situations will occur, and no one should be surprised if Ben Sulayem is under pressure due to some decisions, but that is an integral part of this sport. "I think Mohammed Ben Sulayem, the way he's hiring and recruiting, shows for me direction," he said.

"Every personality has his edges. And I think the primary objective of being transparent, providing good governance and a good framework is what I see happening. Are there going to be bumps on the road because Mohammed's organisation needs to fall in place and everybody needs to find their roles? Yeah, for sure.

But I'm happy with how's it going." The F1 season is still going on, and Mercedes seems far from the title. Red Bull has a good chance to climb the throne this season too, but we don't need to say anything in advance. Max Verstappen seems unstoppable to his competition.

The Dutchman showed that the previous year's title was not a coincidence. Red Bull is in great euphoria and they hope they can reach the title

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