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Wolff would be ‘very surprised’ if title isn’t decided in Abu Dhabi

Mercedes F1 team director Toto Wolff has admitted that he expects the 2014 world championship to be decided at the season's 'double points' finale in Abu Dhabi – but doesn't believe that either of his drivers will care about the controversial scoring change if they come out on top. Speaking after seeing Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton claim a 1-3 finish in Mercedes' home event at Hockenheim on Sunday, Wolff shrugged aside suggestions that the crown could be dictated by the number of retirements each driver suffers by claiming that they will remain close enough in the points table to bring the finale's twist into play. Theoretically, the chasing pack could head to Yas Marina 49 points...
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