Horner: Wolff brought ‘theatrical element’ to Netflix-filmed F1 team principals meeting

Not everyone was unanimous about the FIA’s technical policy on porpoises as things heated up at Saturday’s Formula 1 team principals’ meeting in Montreal.

Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff chided the others for “pathetic” behavior and added that they were guilty of “background manipulation”. According to the BBC, it was a “bust with Red Bull’s Christian Horner and Ferrari’s Mattia Binotto.”

“Team bosses trying to manipulate what is said to retain the competitive edge and trying to play political games when the FIA ​​is trying to find a quick fix to at least put the cars in a better position is insincere,” he said later on Saturday, per Reuters.

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