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Toto Wolff refuses to ‘hit out' at Mattia Binotto but admits they made strange call

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff believes Ferrari might have been setting themselves upsetting themselves up for failure by starting the Hungarian Grand Prix on Mediums. George Russell took an excellent pole position in qualifying as Carlos Sainz lined up second for the race ahead of team-mate Charles Leclerc. With rain beginning to fall at the start of the grand prix, Russell took a set of Softs for the start, as did Sir Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez, who started seventh, 10th and 11th respectively after varying issues in qualifying. The Ferraris, however, chose the yellow-walled tyre for the beginning of the afternoon, and it was a plan that looked as though...
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