Wolff dismissive of Verstappen’s win record: 'For Wikipedia – nobody reads that'

Wolff dismissive of Verstappen’s win record: 'For Wikipedia – nobody reads that'
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Wolff dismissive of Verstappen’s win record: 'For Wikipedia – nobody reads that'

Max Verstappen achieved a remarkable milestone in Formula 1 by securing his 10th consecutive win at Monza, surpassing the previous record. He now has a total of 12 victories out of 14 races in the 2023 season, strengthening his pursuit of a third consecutive world title. However, Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff downplayed the significance of Verstappen’s achievement, hinting at the lack of competition within Red Bull. Wolff also expressed his indifference towards records, viewing them as inconsequential and primarily for Wikipedia. Mercedes had a challenging race, with George Russell finishing fifth and Lewis Hamilton sixth, both receiving time penalties for separate incidents. Despite this, Wolff believed that the team maximized their points on the day and will work to prevent such infringements in the future.

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Source: Crash.net

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