Mercedes boss Toto Wolff will certainly be lacking from this weekend break’s Japanese Grand Prix as he undertakes knee surgery.
The 51-year-old is established to have a procedure in his indigenous Austria to bring back the former cruciate tendon in his left leg.
Wolff harmed his knee a variety of years earlier and also criticized it for a biking crash throughout Formula One’s summertime break which left him with a broken joint.
Wolff’s function will certainly be split in between a variety of the group’s team– consisting of vehicle driver growth supervisor Jerome D’Ambrosio, the Belgian that participated in 20 F1 races in 2010 and also 2011, and also Mercedes’ long-serving British primary interactions police officer Bradley Lord– usually seen watching Wolff at the rear of the garage. It is comprehended Wolff will certainly get on the group’s intercom throughout the weekend break.
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