Horner: Wolff Brought ‘Element of Theater’ in Netflix-Filmed F1 Team Boss Meeting

Not everybody was on the identical web page in regards to the FIA’s technical directive regarding porpoising because the Formula One group boss assembly on Saturday in Montreal grew to become heated. 

Mercedes group principal Toto Wolff slammed the others for “pitiful” conduct, including they have been responsible of “manipulations in the background.” According to BBC, it was a “bust-up with Red Bull’s Christian Horner and Ferrari’s Mattia Binotto.”  

“Team principals trying to manipulate what is being said in order to keep the competitive advantage, and trying to play political games when the FIA tries to come up with a quick solution to at least put the cars in a better position, is disingenuous,” he stated afterward Saturday, per Reuters. 

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