“It’s a sport where you try to maintain or gain a competitive advantage. But that situation has gone too far,” said a frustrated Wolff.
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Wolff accused Red Bull and Ferrari of a “political game”.
Wolff now accused his competition of placing competition above driver safety. “And some team owners try to manipulate statements to maintain their competitive advantage. They also play the political game when the FIA tries to find a quick solution,” said the Austrian.
It is only “sneaky” that efforts are being made in the background to influence the FIA. “Cars are too harsh,” denounced Wolff. The FIA must take account of the security risk – even if it interferes with ongoing competition.
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