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Clearly Wolff made it look pretty clear that Mercedes is still hungry to keep its success rolling until the end of a year
And also “We have two races to go in the 2019 season and we want to end this season on a high,” added Wolff.
“It’s a very short track which makes qualifying particularly challenging as the margins are very small.
“We have generally not had the fastest car on Saturdays since the summer break
but we were able to take pole in Austin and will try to fight for a front row start again at Sao Paulo.”
The American outfit debuted in Formula 1 in 2016 and has since established itself as a consistent midfield runner.
In 2018, the American team had one of their best seasons to date, finishing fifth in the championship.
Unfortunately, they seem to have taken a step backwards this year. The VF-19 has often proven to be untameable
Mercedes is also about to make its debut in Formula E, which commences for its 2019-20 season in Riyadh in the week between the next two F1 races.
Speaking about the team’s future at the Brazilian Grand Prix, Steiner said, “First of all, it is not certain that they will be here in 2021
because no contracts have been signed. It does not depend on what we do for 2021, but we cannot stop development anyway.
Wolff has been ever-present during Mercedes’ impressive run of six consecutive F1 title doubles, but amid the backdrop of other important matters
including future rules and his team’s commitment to race on from 2021 – he has chosen to not travel to the Interlagos event.
“Brazil will be the first race since 2013 that I won’t attend,” said Wolff.
“With both championships secured, it gives me more time in Europe to focus on other open topics.
Wolff continued, The next stop takes us to Brazil which brings back fond memories from last year when we were not only able to win the race