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Toto Wolff jokes about Mercedes' rise: 'Shouldn't change the regulations!'

When the current regulations were introduced in 2022, Mercedes quickly found themselves becoming the chasers rather than the ones setting the pace. However, in Canada, Toto Wolff said with a small laugh that he wants to keep the current car regulations but is happy that his team could fight with Red Bull and McLaren in Montreal.
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