Wolff and Horner Clashed In Front Of Netflix At Canadian Grand Prix – WTF1
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Wolff and Horner Clashed In Front Of Netflix At Canadian Grand Prix

It’s take a little while, but the Mercedes and Red Bull bosses picked up where they left off in 2021, as the pair reportedly had another spat over porpoising at a meeting in Canada – all in front of the Netflix cameras! 

Wolff had a few harsh words for his fellow team principals when they were asked about bouncing last week, accusing teams of “manipulating what is being said” and playing “political games” in order to keep their competitive advantage over the rest of the field.

Although they seemed to have got their bouncing W13 under more control in Canada, Mercedes have still been the most-affected team when it comes to porpoising and bouncing in 2022 and want the problem fixed.

According to reports from the Daily Mail, this was the main source of friction between Wolff and the other team principals during Saturday’s meeting.

While discussing the effect porpoising has had on his team, Wolff is said to have gone on a rant which one witness described as “full Abu Dhabi-spec”.

Horner then retaliated, calling it unfair that the FIA had implemented changes to suit one team. Ferrari’s Mattia Binotto also agreed and said there was no need to change the regulations just because Mercedes had not been successful.

All this, while a Netflix camera was in the room.

Of course, we may have the wait until Drive To Survive’s latest season to find out what else was said – but it should be a spicy episode!

 

3 thoughts on “Wolff and Horner Clashed In Front Of Netflix At Canadian Grand Prix

  • Apparently there were other team bosses defending Horner since Merc just happened to get the TA perfectly correct with the second stay a day after it was released.

    Helps Toto’s personal lawyer is now with the FIA. Guy is the dirtiest person in sports history.

  • Phillip Watters says:

    Toto needs to back down and take his anger out on the designers of the W13. He behaved like a child after Abu Dhabi last year and now he’s doing the same thing. If he really cared at all about his drivers well-being, he’d raise the ride height and try to reverse the performance loss in other ways.

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