F1 Teams Support Wolff, Mercedes & Red Bull Racing

Rumours that Toto Wolff and Susie Wolff allegedly shared confidential information are being investigated by the FIA, but all nine Formula 1 teams, including Red Bull Racing, have issued statements denying any knowledge of leaked information.

Highlights

‣ Rumours suggested that Toto Wolff and Susie Wolff had allegedly shared confidential information, prompting an investigation by the FIA.
‣ All nine Formula 1 teams, including Red Bull Racing, released statements denying any involvement in leaking information.
‣ The Austrian racing stable confirmed they had not made any complaint to the FIA regarding the alleged sharing of confidential information.
‣ Susie Wolff, wife of Mercedes team boss Toto, expressed her offense at the circulating rumours.


Whispers were flying around. Toto Wolff and Susie Wolff, they said, were playing a sneaky game of secret whispers. Confidential info, passed between them like a hot potato. The FIA, they didn’t turn a blind eye. They heard the whispers, and they said, “We’re on it.”

The teams, they had something to say too. “We didn’t spill any beans,” they said, “No leaked info here.” They put it out there, clear as day.

Susie, Toto’s better half, she wasn’t happy. She was hurt, offended even. Toto, the big boss of the Mercedes team, he’d let something slip at an F1 meeting. A slip of the tongue, they said. The F1 teams, all nine of them, they tried to smooth things over. Even Red Bull Racing chimed in.

The Austrian racing stable, they had their say. “No complaints from us,” they said. “No secret info passed around.” They were proud, they said, to support the F1 academy and its managing director. They were even sponsoring an entrant for the next season.

Then, the F1 teams spoke out about the Wolff case. Red Bull Racing, McLaren, Aston Martin, Ferrari, Williams Racing, Alfa Romeo, Haas F1 Team, Scuderia AlphaTauri, and Alpine F1 Team. They all had something to say. They all had their own statements, their own tweets.

And that, my friends, is the story so far. The whispers, the rumours, the statements. It’s a whirlwind, isn’t it? But don’t worry, there’s more to come. Stay tuned.

Albert Ramirez
Albert Ramirez
Albert Ramirez is a senior writer at F1Highlights.com. With a passion for motorsports, Albert brings a unique perspective to the world of Formula One. With over five years of experience as a sports reporter, he has honed his skills in capturing the essence of the sport.

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