F1 » Wolff wants to better first half of 2014


Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff has called for an improvement over the remaining eight races of 2014, claiming F1 title battles are far from over.

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107SS2009

August 21, 2014 11:02 AM

Toto is right in asking for/wanting an improvement in performance in the second half of the season, the main improvement in performance will have to come from an improvement in reliability, something that Lowe after being handed by far the best package on the grid has failed to improve upon, Lowe should concentrate on improving the car reliability instead of trying to take credit for the package he was handed.

Taz

August 21, 2014 11:03 AM

107SS2009: Toto is right in asking for/wanting an improvement in performance in the second half of the season, the main improvement in performance will have to come from an improvement in reliability, something that Lowe after being handed by far the best package on the grid has failed to improve upon, Lowe should concentrate on improving the car reliability instead of trying to take credit for the package he was handed.


He's a bit insufferable.

here4thesun2

August 21, 2014 1:32 PM

I found it odd that the first public utterings (regarding online press) were taking credit for the success. A response to those closer to him giving the credit to Brawn? This is after a long line of cat and mouse with Niki and Toto regarding their drivers, their behavior, and their needs. Seems as though he could have jumped at any time and did not.

'You concentrate on the cars and we'll concentrate on the drivers' type arrangement?

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