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Wolff: China crucial to F1’s global footprint

Toto Wolff, Mercedes' team boss, is looking forward to Formula 1's return to China this weekend after a four-year absence, insisting the country is crucial to the sport's global footprint. It is a natural statement by Wolff once one looks at the sales figures of Mercedes Benz in 2023 as the company sold 2,043,800 cars, 737,200 of those going to the
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