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Wolff calls stewards' decision on Verstappen 'possible loss of points'

Formula One viewers worldwide saw a remarkable side of Toto Wolff during the Brazilian Grand Prix. The Mercedes team boss was very fanatical in his reactions to the battle between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen, encouraged by the stewards' decisions throughout the weekend. In his preview on the Qatar Grand Prix, Wolff stressed that his team will never give up, no matter how many setbacks it faces. "Last weekend in São Paulo was a triumph through adversity," Wolff said. "Through each setback, our determination grew stronger, and this already close team grew tighter with every challenge thrown our way." Read more Alonso: 'Hamilton's lifestyle separates him from the...
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