Toto Wolff was not the only senior member of Mercedes' management team hurt in a cycling pileup this week.
In a team-building exercise along the Danube river on Tuesday, the 42-year-old Austrian crashed, badly breaking his arm in four places.
Bild newspaper reveals that, as well as suffering concussion, he had titanium screws inserted to repair his wrist, and was set to travel to Hungary direct from Vienna's Lorenz-Bohler hospital.
"I landed on my head in a massive crash, and the helmet was split at the front," said Wolff. "I was very lucky."
Even luckier, however, was Mercedes team boss Paddy Lowe, who emerged unscathed except for cuts and bruises.
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