F1 » Wolff: Red Bull result a wake-up call for Mercedes


Sebastian Vettel's podium in Malaysia convinces Mercedes boss Toto Wolff that world champion Red Bull cannot be ignored in F1 2014.

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theoldgitspeaks

March 31, 2014 6:40 PM

Why would anyone discount Red Bull, they have won the championship for the last four years, have the best driver and a designer who is so much more talented than the others that it is virtually invertible that they will be at the front. A month ago they were in trouble and now they are challenging at the front. How is it that Ferrari and Mclaren cannot do this with the budgets they have availble, the answer must be that they have not got Adrien Newey or the allround talent that Red Bull have, also they have forgotten what it is to challenge for wins because they spend most of there time in the midfield or further back. Hopefully this situation will change but it looks like this season is Mercedes V Red Bull with the rest playing second third and fourth fiddle.

over2u

April 01, 2014 1:43 AM

Mr f1 would ensure penalties via Charlie whiting to be dished out to any team or driver that's going to challenge niki or toto given the investment MB has to Mrf1s circus for guaranteed 1st place. Mussolini would be proud F1 set up !

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