The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix will decide who finishes second in the constructors’ standings behind Red Bull Racing, with Mercedes and Ferrari both in contention, according to Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff, who also praised the success of the Las Vegas Grand Prix.
‣ The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix will determine who finishes second in the constructors’ standings behind Red Bull Racing, with Mercedes and Ferrari both in contention.
‣ Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff has praised the success of the Las Vegas Grand Prix, stating it increased the visibility of the sport in the United States.
‣ Wolff believes the final results of the Las Vegas Grand Prix did not accurately reflect the abilities of Mercedes drivers Lewis and George due to various incidents.
‣ Despite Ferrari closing the gap in the Constructors’ to just four points, Wolff is confident Mercedes can come out on top in Abu Dhabi.
The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is nearly here. It’s a thrilling time as we’re about to find out who will secure the second spot in the constructors’ standings, right behind Red Bull Racing. Mercedes and Ferrari are neck and neck in this race for the coveted position.
Toto Wolff, the boss of the Mercedes team, is one to watch. He’s been stirring up quite a bit of excitement over the weekend in Las Vegas. Now, he’s setting his sights on the final race of the season.
Wolff’s got a few things to say about the Las Vegas Grand Prix. He thinks it was a smashing success. “We saw a fantastic race, it was visually spectacular, and overall, a great Grand Prix,” he said. He believes it’s done wonders for the sport’s visibility in the United States.
The Mercedes man, who’s 51, thinks the final results didn’t do justice to the drivers’ skills. He’s convinced the car’s speed was top-notch. He’s pretty sure that without all the incidents, Lewis and George could’ve been contenders for the podium.
But can Mercedes beat Ferrari? That’s the million-dollar question. “Ferrari have closed the gap in the Constructors’ to just four points, and we’re ready to give it our all in Abu Dhabi to come out on top,” he stated. He admits Ferrari’s been in good form lately, but he also thinks Mercedes hasn’t been performing to its full potential in the recent races.
So, what’s next? Well, we’ll just have to wait and see.