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Mercedes chief Toto Wolff set to MISS Brazilian Grand Prix

by Lamont Salcedo (2020-05-06)

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Mercedes boss Toto Wolff will be absent from the Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday, missing a race for the first time since he joined the team in 2013.

dauntless dev phoenix labs emailed keluaran <strong>togel<\/strong> sgp hari iniThe Austrian said that having secured the both championships this season, he would be staying in Europe to attend to other matters, with Mercedes set to make its Formula E debut in Saudi Arabia on November 22. 

Last week Lewis Hamilton clinched his sixth world title after finishing in second place at the United States Grand Prix, with Mercedes team-mate coming first.






Toto Wolff said he would not head to Brazil after Mercedes clinched both championships



















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And last month the team won the constructor title after Bottas won the Japanese Grand Prix. 

With just two races left in the F1 season, Wolff has challenged the team to avoid complacency going into the future and stay 'hungry for more achievements'.

'Last week we had the chance to celebrate the Championships with everyone at Brixworth and Brackley - the 1,500 men and women that form this amazing team and made this extraordinary success possible,' He told the Mercedes website. 

'It is always a special moment and this year's was particularly special as our sixth consecutive double sets a new benchmark in our sport.






Toto and Lewis Hamilton celebrate after the British driver won the Mexican Grand Prix







The Mercedes boss and the team are jubilant after winning the constructors' title in Japan


'But despite this record-breaking achievement, I still feel a lot of hunger and desire for more achievements. There's no sense of complacency, everybody is still determined to keep on improving.

He said that while he would not be attending the next race in Brazil, there was plenty of memories to reflect on after Mercedes won the constructors' title there last year. 

'We have two races to go in the 2019 season and we want to end this season on a high. The next stop takes us to Brazil which brings back fond memories from last year when we were not only able to win the race but also secure the Constructors' Championship at Interlagos. 






Hamilton lifts the Union flag aloft in front of the Mercedes team after clinching his sixth title


'Brazil will also be the first race since 2013 that I won't attend. With both Championships secured, it gives me more time in Europe to focus on other open topics.

'It's great to be able to do this and to know that the team will represent the three-pointed star in the best way possible both on and off the track.'

Mercedes will finish the season with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on December 1 after Brazil, with Hamilton stressing he is motivated to keep improving and win as many races as possible as he goes in search of more records.

'In my mind, I'm just too competitive,' he said in the US last week. 'So I'm thinking: "OK, we've got two more races to go, how am I going to do a better job, how am I going to improve in qualifying?"' 


















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