Toto Wolff makes worrying admission as he explains call to change Lewis Hamilton's engine

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The results of that race then decide the grid for Sunday’s race, with points for the top three fastest drivers on Saturday.

Yet, it’s a format that seems to suit Verstappen, who has gone on to take pole position at both the British and Italian Grand Prix.

But Wolff added Mercedes felt their engine would not have lasted the weekend had they not changed it.

When asked if he felt the sprint qualifying format would give them a slight advantage despite the penalty, Wolff added: “We hope so yeah. This is an opportunity obviously, Saudi looks like a good opportunity too but we think by the end the motor is gonna lose more power.



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