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Wolff: We didn't really think it would go any further

Mercedes' request to review the incident involving Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen in Brazil last Sunday, was thrown out by the Stewards, which didn't surprise Toto Wolff, who admitted it was always going to be a long shot. 'Completely expected,' was Wolff's response to Sky F1 when asked about his opinion of the Stewards' decision on Friday in Qatar. 'We wanted to trigger a discussion around it because probably it will be a theme in the next few races and I think that objective is achieved. 'We didn't really think it would go any further,' he admitted. It is the principle that matters A peculiar reaction from the World Champions' boss, after all the commotion their request to the...
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