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Toto Wolff surprisingly admits Mercedes gained ‘advantage' by pressuring the FIA

Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff has admitted that putting pressure on the FIA often leads to the gaining of a “potential advantage.” Wolff and Mercedes have been calling for the governing body to change some rules to address the porpoising issues the German team have encountered this year.  At multiple races, Sir Lewis Hamilton and George Russell have been put in significant physical discomfort by the porpoising of their cars. The Austrian therefore feels that changes need to be made that would help the team fix the issue without suffering huge consequences to the speed of their machinery, to protect the safety of the drivers. READ: ‘F**king idiot’: Ex-F1 racer lashes out...
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