Toto Wolff continues to harbor resentment over the 2021 Formula 1 season, particularly the title-deciding race in Abu Dhabi where Lewis Hamilton was overtaken by Max Verstappen on the last lap, resulting in Verstappen winning the race and the title.
‣ Toto Wolff still holds a grudge on the 2021 Formula 1 season.
‣ The title deciding race in Abu Dhabi, which took place almost two years ago, frequently comes up in Wolff’s thoughts.
‣ Lewis Hamilton was leading the race until the last lap when Max Verstappen overtook him to win the race and the title.
‣ The overtaking of Hamilton by Verstappen doesn’t fully encapsulate the entire story of the race.
Toto Wolff’s got a bone to pick with the 2021 Formula 1 season. It’s like a thorn in his side, really. The title-deciding race in Abu Dhabi? Yeah, that one. It’s been nearly two years since that fateful day, but it’s still fresh in Wolff’s mind.
Lewis Hamilton was in the lead. He was cruising, right up until that last lap. Then, out of nowhere, Max Verstappen swoops in. He overtakes Hamilton, snatching victory from the jaws of defeat. He wins the race, and with it, the title.
But wait, there’s more to it. The full story isn’t just about who crossed the finish line first. It’s about the journey, the twists and turns, the ups and downs. It’s about the thrill of the chase and the heartbreak of loss. It’s about the passion, the drive, the sheer will to win. And that’s what keeps playing on Wolff’s mind.