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Toto Wolff injured in cycling accident

– Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has suffered multiple fractures in the build up to this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix.It is understood Wolff, a number of other people in the team - including drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg - were cycling close to the River Danube when the accident occurred. Wolff suffered a fractured shoulder, collar bone, elbow and wrist."We've decided to leave it to the pros now," Wolff joked on Twitter. "Lewis & Nico are better wheel to wheel at 300 km'h than we are at 30 km/h!"
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