Mercedes boss Toto Wolff continues war of words with Red Bull over 'personal' comments

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“I understand the bias on the crash itself and the emotions of a father,” said Mercedes chief Wolff.

“And I would probably be the same, but I would use different language.”

Despite the controversy of the weekend yet, Wolff said his Mercedes driver was dealing with post-race reaction well.

“I think he’s pretty relaxed about it, honestly,” Wolff said. “It is a very polarising story, and some of the comments that were made were very personal and probably inflamed the situation more. But overall, he’s good.”

“I think controversy and polarisation is a good narrative and good content for the sport.

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