Toto Wolff has commented on Max Verstappen's dominance this season, and it seems to be particularly frustrating for him. The Dutchman has a huge dominance this season. He seems unstoppable and according to everything, he will be champion again this year.
Mercedes cannot find a solution for Red Bull's great form. “I simply don't know. I think Verstappen is just on a different level. It pisses me off to say that, but that is the reality. "- Toto Wolff said, as quoted by crash.net Mercedes needs to fix some things.
That will be very difficult considering that other teams are also doing great things, especially Red Bull. “It is a meritocracy. They have just done the best job and the driver is driving excellently. They are just far away and that is something which only we have in our hands to get under control”.
Max Verstappen comments the new upgrades
Max Verstappen has commented on the fact that other teams are copying their sidepod philosophy. The Dutchman joked and emphasized that the next upgrade will be without it and that other teams can do the same.
"I think our next upgrade will be without sidepods and then everyone can go back to that,” Verstappen joked when asked for his reaction to rival teams 'copying' Red Bull’s philosophy. I don’t know. It’s just how we designed the car, but it’s not only the sidepods.
It’s a lot of things that have to come together, and I’m not even the aero specialist. I think we learned a lot over the years and now with the new regulations, we hit the ground running and we understood what was going on and that helps a lot as you can immediately focus on other things.
Hopefully we can keep that momentum going, as everyone else is of course pushing very hard to catch up. But also from our side, we are never satisfied. We always want more”.
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