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Wolff to meet with Hamilton in February

Jan.17 Toto Wolff has warned that the saga surrounding Lewis Hamilton's potential shock retirement from Formula 1 will race ahead for now. It is believed the Mercedes team boss met with the FIA's new president Mohammed Ben Sulayem last Friday to discuss the matter, while star driver Hamilton is reportedly training and relaxing in Colorado amid social media silence. Wolff told Kronen Zeitung newspaper that he thinks the seven time world champion simply 'needs time' to digest the manner in which he lost the 2021 title to Max Verstappen. 'No matter what obstacle has been put in Lewis' way, he's known all his life that he has to do his speaking on the track,' the Austrian said. 'Mind you,...
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