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Toto Wolff reveals he considered quitting Formula 1 after feeling ‘burnt out'

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has opened up on his mental struggles during 2020, revealing that he considered leaving Formula 1. Having taken class victory in the 1994 24 hours of the Nurburgring, the Austrian began his F1 career in 2009 when he bought a share in Williams and joined the board of directors. He was appointed executive director of the team three years later, before joining Mercedes in the same position one year after. READ: Wolff reveals he thought Hamilton had lost championship after DSQ Team principal Ross Brawn departed at the end of 2013 and Wolff has been in the role ever since, overseeing seven Drivers’ Championships through Sir Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg,...
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