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Wolff ‘very proud' to see Austria as season-opener

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has said he is 'very proud' that his home country of Austria will host the first race of the 2020 season. In what is a heavily revised schedule, Austria has been instated as the first race of the season on July 5, set to be the first of two races at the Red Bull Ring. “I’m pretty optimistic that we can start in Austria because Austria has been one of the best countries in keeping the virus numbers low,” Wolff said in a Mercedes video. “And I think they will come up with a plan of how we can race. “I know the circuit extremely well, because I did a thousand laps there as a racing driver and as an instructor. I lived in Spielberg, being a junior driver. It...
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