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Wolff injured in cycling accident

Mercedes AMG Petronas Mercedes Motorsport boss Toto Wolff has been injured in a cycling accident ahead of this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix. Members of the Mercedes Formula 1 team were cycling in a team-building exercise in Vienna when the accident occurred. Wolff suffered a fractured shoulder, collarbone, elbow and wrist and has since been released from hospital. "We've decided to leave it to the pros now," Wolff joked on Mercedes's official Twitter account. "Lewis [Hamilton] & Nico [Rosberg] are better wheel to wheel at 300 km/h than we are at 30 km/h!"  
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