In the Mercedes plan to revise the rules of engagement of their riders with each other after the incident during last year’s Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi when Lewis Hamilton kept Nico Rosberg in an attempt to increase their chances for the title.
After leaving Rosberg of Mercedes took his place Valtteri Bottas of Williams.
On the question of how to change the rules of engagement drivers, Wolff said: “We continue to work on this point for the benefit of the riders, the team and the audience. The main message is unlikely to change, but we still need to clarify a few things, nothing complicating.
First, we see how the season starts. Perhaps the relationship between the racers, as well as between other teams will be different.”
Wolff said that Hamilton has scrolled a page from the situation in the championship and intends to move on.
“Lewis has a four-year stands in our team, but the longer you work with someone the better you know him, explained wolf. – The last few weeks he is in excellent spirits. I think he won’t return to last year’s situation and copes with its responsibilities in the team.
Perhaps thanks to the emergence of a new partner will change the nature of the relationship, but in any case, I have only positive impression.”
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