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Toto Wolff on Charles Leclerc: 'Younger drivers are more aggressive'

Toto Wolff believes that the FIA's decision not to penalize Charles Leclerc for forcing Lewis Hamilton off the track will cause more collisions at future races. The Mercedes boss also believes that younger drivers are more aggressive as they are not necessarily in the championship battle and can, therefore, take more risks.  "I think we will now have more situations in which cars will touch each other," Wolff said to Crash.net. “I have the idea that we will keep it until the moment that a crash finally occurs and then we go back to the old familiar. Until then we will just let them race. “Today the drivers that are going for the drivers’...
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