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Teams concerned by low attendance at Hockenheim

Mercedes executive director Toto Wolff and McLaren race director Eric Boullier have expressed their concern over the low attendance figures on the Friday and Saturday of the German Grand Prix weekend. Grandstands were noticeably bare on both days, contrasting heavily with the packed crowds at the last two races in Austria and Britain. After saying the lack of spectators was 'not satisfying' in Friday's press conference, Wolff added after qualifying on Saturday: 'It is important to have a general discussion. We have a mega weekend in Silverstone. 'If you compare Friday morning at Silverstone to this weekend it is completely different. We had the same in Austria and we have to properly...
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