Red Bull Battle Harder to Manage Their Two teammates: Toto Wolff

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Toto Wolff on Red Bull
Toto Wolff on Red Bull

With the British Grand Prix all set to unravel on the Formula 1 card, Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff has revealed intra-team championship fights are easier to deal with as Mercedes is forced to fight with imperfect information against Red Bull. Evidently, Mercedes has been the dominating force since the dawn of the hybrid era in 2014. Having Lewis Hamilton won six and the remaining the Nico Rosberg in 2016. 

However, Red Bull has hit back this year, however and leads both drivers’ and constructors’ championships leading into the British Grand Prix. Now asked how different it was managing an inter-team battle to managing an intra-team battle, Toto Wolff started by acknowledging that both have interesting aspects. 

What Was Opinionated by Toto Wolff on Red Bull? 

Toto Wolff
Toto Wolff

Toto Wolff said as quoted by GP Fans, “The intra-team battle, which we had for quite a while, is obviously easier to handle because the drivers are part of the team, they are in the same car, while fighting with another team, you don’t really know where the performance advantages and disadvantages are and you can see that swinging. 

“That’s difficult because you are dealing with imperfect information, many variables that you don’t know, but both are equally enjoyable for me.” 

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner insisted the battle between the two teams was healthier for the sport than an intra-team battle due to the intrigue created. 

Christian Horner and Helmut Marko
Christian Horner and Helmut Marko

I’d see it the other way around,” revealed Horner. “I think it’s much more straightforward having a competitor in the garage next to you rather than two competitors within your own garage.

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Red Bull and Mercedes

“You have a natural conflict of interest within your team there, within your own engineering team etc, whereas having the competition as the garage next door is much more straightforward and I think it focuses everybody’s mind and motivations. I think [the battle] is healthy for the team and healthy for the sport. It’s been a long time coming.”

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