Toto Wolff ‘absolutely apoplectic’ in team principal meeting over new FIA rules

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His comments were backed up by Martin Brundle who said that he had  heard the team principal meeting this morning was “feisty”. The former driver claimed Wolff had got “quite upset” with other team bosses during the heated exchange, something the Mercedes team boss agreed with. 

Speaking to Sky Sports F1, he said: “Yeah, sometimes getting upset. I believe what we [have] seen in Baku and also here is every driver from every team including the frontrunners is said they are suffering from the bouncing or the bottoming.

“I think it’s all fair we are having political fights about performance gains but I think some of them are taking it too lightly when you look at drivers heads. I think in Baku it was definitely too dangerous to run these car every single one suffered. 

“You could see the bottoming on the straight was quite dangerous and we’ve seen it yesterday too.”

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