F1 » Williams not standing in way of Wolff exit

Sir Frank Williams has said that he could not deny Toto Wolff the chance to accept the 'once in a lifetime' opportunity offered by Mercedes.

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Dylan - Unregistered

January 21, 2013 11:36 PM

Williams you got screwed by this guy and do you seriously think this was a decision he took overnight?! I found it weird that this guy was saying lately how Bottas can't show speed early on when he was saying the exactly opposite before ditching Bruno Senna. So now Williams is stuck with a wrecking machine and a driver who leapfrogged GP2. And this wolf is laughing all day long. If Bottas somehow learns to go fast Toto will try to take him to Mercedes if he's slow he will simply say my bad. The right thing for Williams now is to fire Bottas ans resign Bruno. Wolff was planning this all along ad you don't buy part of Mercedes without months of undisclosed negotiations.

19Krpm - Unregistered

January 23, 2013 2:21 AM

Why on earth would Sir F.Williams stand in the way of freeing his organization of an in competent who wants leave to another organization? Williams should reconsider signing Senna. This is one major outcome that LH did not get on his radar-screen before signing with Merc and will haunt him for the next years. I bet he is kicking himself after learning this Toto fr eak will be bossing him around next season and beyond. Totos move to silver-arrows seals and strengthens Mercs fate to the back of the pack.

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