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Toto Wolff: Aiming for Redemption in Saudi Arabia

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As the Formula 1 circus shifts to the dazzling streets of Jeddah, Toto Wolff, the mastermind behind the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team, is brimming with determination. The Bahrain Grand Prix may have left Mercedes underwhelmed, but Wolff’s unwavering resolve propels them forward.

“Both drivers were pleased with the balance earlier in the weekend, and the more stable platform provided by the W15.”

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“Unfortunately on Saturday evening, our cooling performance didn’t match our predictions. That forced us into management mode early on, which had the knock-on impact of reducing tyre temperatures below optimum.”

“That cost us the opportunity to show something closer to our true potential. It was a frustrating way to start the season but one we will learn from”Toto Wolff said.

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Mercedes’ performance in Bahrain fell short of expectations. The W15, their prized machine, grappled with cooling issues, leaving them gasping in the desert heat. George Russell and Lewis Hamilton valiantly steered their way to fifth and seventh places, but the taste of victory eluded Mercedes. The third-fastest team, they said, trailing Red Bull and Ferrari.

Toto Wolff opens up on W15’s future

Yet, Wolff remains optimistic. The early promise shown by the W15—the balance, the stability—lingers in our minds. But Bahrain’s cooling woes stifled its true potential. Tire temperatures dipped below the sweet spot, denying it the chance to shine. A frustrating start, yes, but one that fuels our hunger for improvement.

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“It will be good to continue our learning with the new car on a very different circuit to Bahrain. We will be aiming for a more consistent weekend and to understand our true performance relative to the rest of the grid.”Toto Wolff told.

Now, the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix beckons—a street circuit with high-speed twists. Toto Wolff’s eyes gleam with anticipation. they will learn anew, adapt, and chase consistency. The W15 will dance through Jeddah’s corners, revealing its hidden prowess. No cooling mishaps this time; only the pursuit of greatness.

Mercedes hasn’t graced Jeddah’s podium since 2021, when Lewis Hamilton clinched victory. This year, we aim higher. Wolff’s confidence radiates: “We’ve got an opportunity to take a step forward immediately.”

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Arko Bhattacharyya
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