Toto Wolff: The remaining two races and two championships have not yet been decided. We are all excited to be still fighting at this stage of the season. Looking at where we stood in early summer, it is a privilege and a testament to our resilience. Both titles are widely published and our mission is clear.
In the last time-out, he saw Lewis make a perfect drive in Qatar, lead the race from start to finish, and see Valtteri recover strongly before the unfortunate punk freed him from the fight.
The car has been doing well lately, probably in the best of all seasons, and drivers are confidently pushing to the limit. It is encouraging for the final race and gives us a strong momentum to move forward.
Jeddah is another whole new challenge. It’s a brand new track to keep track of, as you’ll get as much information as you can in the first session, and a lot of work is being done behind the scenes to make sure you’re on Friday. It will be important.
It’s a high-speed street circuit with a long flat-out section and some high-speed corners, lined with barriers, which increases risk and reward. We are more motivated than ever and expect to hunt, so we are looking forward to our debut Grand Prix in Saudi Arabia.
Only a few days ago we lost Sir Frank Williams. He will think of all our thoughts this weekend and will do his best to provide the performance he deserves for his racing spirit.
Saudi Arabian Grand Prix: Preview-Mercedes
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