Toto Wolff admits that Mercedes aren’t “back” yet, but he is feeling hopeful about their prospects.
Over the last 10 laps of the Canadian Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton and George Russell looked like they were in the mix with
the leaders, with Hamilton almost keeping pace with the two cars ahead.
At one stage it looked as if he might have been able to overtake
Carlos Sainz, but the Briton soon started losing small amounts of time to the Ferrari
There has been much discussion about how Mercedes appeared stronger at the event and, while Wolff has agreed that things were a
little better, he believes that there is still a lot more work to be done to put his drivers in
the same zone as the leaders.
Wolff: We just need to keep working
“You can see at the hairpin they put in new asphalt, so we suffer less from the stiffness of the car, which is the main problem,” Wolff told Sky Sports F1 after the…