Wolff sees another change on Red Bull's wing: "Third time in a row"

14-11-2021 16:51
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Wolff sees another change on Red Bull's wing: Third time in a row

Tensions are rising on the grid in Brazil. Ahead of the race, Toto Wolff is still angry and upset regarding the way Red Bull and Mercedes are being judged. The Mercedes team boss believes Red Bull are getting away with changes, whilst Lewis Hamilton picked up a disqualification in qualifying on Friday. 

Wolff unhappy 

Wolff was speaking to an FIA official on the grid ahead of his interview with Sky Sports. When asked by Martin Brundle, Wolff confirmed he is not a happy man on the grid ahead of the Sao Paulo Grand Prix.

"No, I am not [a happy man]. Judged with two ways in the sport. We just heard that a third time in a row that the Red Bull was allowed to change things on the rear wing under parc ferme," Wolff said. 

"If it becomes a routine that you are changing the same parts three-time in a row and the one can't change because it's a reliability issue and the other can... we need to do the talking on the track," a frustrated Wolff concluded. 

His driver Valtteri Bottas starts from pole position and will look to keep Max Verstappen in his mirrors. Lewis Hamilton starts from 10th place and will look to work his way through the field as he did in the sprint race less than 24 hours ago. 

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