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F1: Wolff against handicapping Red Bull

Insisting that F1 is a meritocracy, Mercedes boss, Toto Wolff says that it is up to teams to catch Red Bull rather than have the Austrian team handicapped. Of course, his comments come at a time both his drivers have repeatedly warned that the Austrian team's domination of the sport - having won all six races thus far - threatens to damage F! and compromise its current increasing popularity, even though Mercedes had previously enjoyed an eight-season winning streak. Furthermore, last season, Wolff was the driving force behind the infamous technical directive and this year's raising of the floor edges, both of which were intended to compromise Red Bull while benefitting its rivals, though...
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