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Wolff told he is to blame for Hamilton's struggles

Former Formula 1 driver Christian Danner says the buck stops with Mercedes boss Toto Wolff as far as their failure to launch a title challenge this year. The new technical regulations brought about the return of ground effect aerodynamics in 2022 and, as such, a completely new philosophy was needed as to how to design the cars. Mercedes’ adaptation to them has been a slow one, and they have fallen well behind Red Bull and Ferrari due to “porpoising” and bouncing. READ: Verstappen message after huge Hamilton crash revealed ahead of British GP The skinny sidepod design has not worked as they wanted it to, and the stiff suspension coupled with the low ride height has made their lives a...
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