Toto Wolff, the Team Principal of the Mercedes Formula 1 team, has declared that he has no plans to step down from his role anytime soon. In an interview with a leading sports publication, Wolff asserted that he intends to stay with the team “for a long time.”
Wolff’s declaration comes amidst speculation about his future with the team, as his current contract with Mercedes is set to expire at the end of the year. The Austrian has been at the helm of the Mercedes F1 team since 2013 and has overseen a period of unprecedented success, with the team winning seven consecutive Constructors’ Championships from 2014 to 2020.
“I love the team and I think I can contribute to its success in the long term,” Wolff stated. “I have no plans to leave anytime soon.”
Wolff’s commitment to Mercedes will undoubtedly be welcomed by the team’s fans and the wider F1 community, as he has been widely credited with playing a crucial role in the team’s dominance in recent years. Under his leadership, Mercedes has established itself as the benchmark for performance and reliability in the sport.
It remains to be seen what the future holds for Wolff and Mercedes, but for now, the Team Principal seems determined to continue leading the team to further success on the F1 circuit.