Toto Wolff’s opinion on Andretti joining F1 as an 11th team hasn’t changed despite the American outfit getting concrete commitment from automotive giant General Motors.
Earlier this week, General Motors made an announcement stating their intention to enter Formula 1 as a power unit supplier beginning in 2028. General Motors, known for owning Chevrolet, GMC, and Cadillac, specifically wants to back Andretti, which boosts their chances of becoming the 11th team in F1. However, several team bosses in F1 are against this move, including Toto Wolff and James Vowles. They have concerns about the financial implications and dilution of the sport’s competitiveness. Ultimately, the decision will be up to the Commercial Rights Holder, who will evaluate the potential benefits and impact of General Motors’ entry into F1.