Toto Wolff stated that he is ‘prepared’ for Lewis Hamilton’s departure from Mercedes.


Toto Wolff stated that he is ‘prepared’ for Lewis Hamilton’s departure from the Mercedes team.

Before the team’s furious reaction to the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, TOTO WOLFF admitted that Mercedes must be “ready” for Lewis Hamilton’s departure.

Following Max Verstappen’s controversial Formula One world championship victory, Mercedes Team Principal Toto Wolff stated this week that he has no “bad words” for Red Bull.

The Dutchman won his first championship last month in Abu Dhabi, thanks to race director Michael Masi’s controversial decision to allow some lapped cars to pass the safety car.

This enraged Mercedes, who appealed the result but were turned down by the FIA. During the race, Lewis Hamilton was enraged, saying over team radio that the race had been “manipulated.”

Since the historic result that denied Hamilton a record-breaking eighth world championship, speculation has dominated the news agenda as to whether the F1 legend will return to the sport next year.

Wolff hasn’t said what his driver will do next season, but he has previously stated that Mercedes must be ready if Hamilton decides to retire.

He made the remarks in January of last year, when Hamilton was negotiating a new Mercedes contract.

“It doesn’t worry me at all,” Wolff said of Hamilton’s future, “because I will always respect Lewis’s decisions.”

‘Whether that means staying with us for a long time or leaving the sport to pursue other interests.

“I believe we must be prepared to be thrown a variety of curveballs.”

“At the same time, we talk a lot and are very open with one another.”

“I believe we can accomplish more as a group.”

Hamilton signed a new contract with Mercedes in July, which will keep him at the team until 2023.

“It’s hard to believe it’s been nearly nine years working with this incredible team, and I’m excited we’re going to continue our partnership for two more years,” Hamilton said at the time.

“We’ve accomplished a lot together, but there’s still a lot more to do, both on and off the track.”

“I’m extremely proud and grateful of how Mercedes has supported me in my efforts to improve diversity and equality in our sport,” he continued.

“They’ve held themselves accountable and taken significant steps toward building a more diverse and inclusive team.”

“Thank you to all of the hardworking and talented people at.

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