Mercedes are ‘up for fight’ with Red Bull after F1 Anniversary GP setback | The Guardian

Wolff says Verstappen is now a genuine title contenderMercedes principal says tyres investigation under wayThe Mercedes team principal, Toto Wolff, has said he welcomes the challenge from Red Bull after his team were soundly beaten in the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen took victory at Silverstone on Sunday with a superb drive beating the world champion, Lewis Hamilton, into second and his Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas into third. Wolff believes all three drivers are now genuine contenders for the title.Verstappen pulled off a commanding win in a race where the Mercedes was revealed to have a problem with its tyres wearing and losing performance very quickly. With their rubber blistering at Silverstone they could not match Red Bull’s pace and Verstappen’s victory moved him up to second in the championship. Continue reading…

  • Wolff says Verstappen is now a genuine title contender
  • Mercedes principal says tyres investigation under way

The Mercedes team principal, Toto Wolff, has said he welcomes the challenge from Red Bull after his team were soundly beaten in the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen took victory at Silverstone on Sunday with a superb drive beating the world champion, Lewis Hamilton, into second and his Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas into third. Wolff believes all three drivers are now genuine contenders for the title.

Verstappen pulled off a commanding win in a race where the Mercedes was revealed to have a problem with its tyres wearing and losing performance very quickly. With their rubber blistering at Silverstone they could not match Red Bull’s pace and Verstappen’s victory moved him up to second in the championship.

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