Rumors that Netflix will shoot the clash between Wolf and Horner at the F1 team representative meeting[F1-Gate .com]

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It is reported that the Newflix camera was filming the tense dispute between Toto Wolff (Mercedes) and Christian Horner (Red Bull) at the F1 Team National Assembly on the weekend of the F1 Canadian Grand Prix.

At the Canadian Grand Prix, following the technical directive issued by the FIA ​​(International Automobile Federation), discussions on porpoising will take place, with the intention of monitoring the bouncing of F1 cars and ensuring that the car is running in a safe setup. It has been shown.

Some drivers who suffered severely bound singing at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix sought FIA intervention.

However, rival F1 team representatives have resisted the FIA’s intervention, and Mercedes F1 team representative Toto Wolff has criticized him for playing a “political game.”

Just days after the technical directive was issued, Mercedes F1 reportedly had discussions with several teams suspecting a new floor in Montreal.

“This is a sport that aims to maintain or gain a competitive advantage, but the situation is clearly overkill,” Toto Wolff said.

“Every driver, at least one in every team, says he’s suffering, having difficulty getting the car off track, or having a blurred view after Baku.”

“The FIA ​​is trying to come up with a quick solution, at least to put the car in a better position, to maintain its competitive advantage and to manipulate what is being said to try to play political games. The team principal who does is dishonest, and that’s what I said. “

“I’m not just talking about Mercedes. All the cars were suffering somehow in Baku, but I’m still doing it here. The car is too stiff. The car is bouncing. What you call It doesn’t matter if you want to

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“We have a long-term impact that we can’t even judge. But this is always a safety risk, and we come up with a few operations in the background, or explain to drivers who want to play a phone game. Is pathetic. “

These comments came after Canada’s F1 team delegation, where Toto Wolff and Christian Horner allegedly clashed. And now it’s widely reported that Netflix cameras were there to shoot them.

So unless Netflix decides to cut that part for the new season of Drive to Survive, F1 fans should be able to see exactly what was going on there.

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