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Russell backs Wolff's desire to bring Verstappen to Mercedes F1

George Russell has granted his backing to Mercedes boss Toto Wolff's public desire to partner Max Verstappen alongside him at the marque in Formula 1 from 2025. Mercedes is assessing the candidates to replace the Ferrari-bound Lewis Hamilton next term, but Wolff has expressed that Verstappen constitutes his leading option. The Dutchman retains a deal […]
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