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Walter Wolf Racing was a Formula One constructor active from 1977 to 1979, which won the very first race the team entered. It was owned and run by Canadian Walter Wolf. The team was based in the United Kingdom but raced under the Canadian nationality.


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seasons

1976, 1977, 1978, 1979,

finishing positions

grid positions

driver championships

constructor championships

wins

# event driver
1 1977 Argentine Grand Prix round 1 Jody Scheckter
2 1977 Monaco Grand Prix round 6 Jody Scheckter
3 1977 Canadian Grand Prix round 16 Jody Scheckter

pole positions

# event driver
1 1977 German Grand Prix round 11 Jody Scheckter

drivers who drove for Wolf

# driver
1 Jacky Ickx
2 Michel Leclère
3 Arturo Merzario
4 Chris Amon
5 Warwick Brown
6 Hans Binder
7 Jody Scheckter
8 Keke Rosberg
9 Bobby Rahal
10 James Hunt

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F1 is currently establishing details for the running of sprint races at three grands prix in 2021, staged on Saturdays to set the grid for the Sunday race.<br>The proposal to hold sprint races in Canada, Italy and Brazil received "broad support" from teams at the latest F1 Commission meeting, but requires further details to be finalised before a decision is taken later this month.<br>Drivers have ...

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Mercedes ended weeks of speculation on Monday when it announced that Hamilton would be staying for another season with the F1 team.<br>But the fact that the German car manufacturer and Hamilton only agreed to a single-season contract prompted some surprise, and fuelled talk that 2021 could be the British driver’s last season in F1.<br>Speaking to media on Monday, Wolff explained the background ...

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Red Bull announced the signing of one-time grand prix winner Perez last month after opting to drop Alexander Albon following a difficult second season in F1.<br>Albon regularly struggled to match Verstappen's form, picking up just two podium finishes all season. Verstappen scored two wins and nine further podiums, accruing more than double Albon's points total.<br>Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton ...

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The German car manufacturer has been at the centre of intrigue over the future of Hamilton, with the world champion's current deal having run out at the end of the year.<br>But while there has been speculation that the discussions have hit roadblocks, Wolff is more calm about the situation.<br>He says that the discussions have been complicated by the fact that he and Hamilton have been unable to ...

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Russell is a contender for a 2022 race seat at Mercedes, having boosted his chances of a drive there on the back of a strong showing at last year’s Sakhir Grand Prix when he stood in for Lewis Hamilton.<br>But while some believed Russell had done enough to justify a seat with Mercedes immediately, Wolff is more cautious about things – and believes another year at Williams will be important for ...

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The world champion delivered perhaps his strongest ever season in 2020 as he roared to his seventh title, matching the record of Michael Schumacher.<br>The extent of his dominance, however, prompted some to question whether Hamilton's success was down more to his car and the team than pure driver talent.<br>Speaking to Motorsport.com about Hamilton’s role in what Mercedes has ...

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The German car manufacturer has been dominant since the turbo hybrid era started in 2014, and was a step clear of rivals last year as it was beaten just three times.<br>Wolff says that the scale of the advantage it had in 2020 caught it by surprise, with Red Bull’s challenge falling short and Ferrari’s pace dropping off.<br>However, Wolff says in an exclusive interview with ...

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F1 is currently pushing to increase the sustainability of its fuels, with the existing level of biofuel components required to be used by teams standing at 5.75%.<br>Under the 2022 regulations that were originally planned for 2021, this figure will rise to 10%, but there are already plans for F1 to use 100% sustainable fuels upon the introduction of the next generation of power units.<br>The ...

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Mercedes announced on Friday that its ownership had been restructured after British chemicals giant INEOS took a one-third shareholding in the team.<br>Wolff has upped his shareholding in the team to match INEOS, while Mercedes’ parent company, Daimler, owns the final third.<br>As part of the announcement, Mercedes confirmed that Wolff would continue to serve as the team principal and CEO of its ...

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Mercedes announced on Friday that Wolff would remain in the role of team principal and CEO of its F1 team until at least the end of 2024, having also increased his shareholding in the team.<br>British chemicals giant INEOS has bought a 1/3rd shareholding in the team, making it an equal owner alongside Wolff and Mercedes’ parent company, Daimler.<br>The announcement put an end to speculation ...

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The world champion's current deal finishes at the end of this year, and it seems inevitable that he will agree to stay on at the German car manufacturer.<br>But while normally such contracts have been finalised by this stage, the impact of the coronavirus pandemic has delayed Mercedes and Hamilton agreeing terms.<br>Furthermore, Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has spent a lot of time recently focusing on ...

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As reported back in September, INEOS had been in discussions with the German car manufacturer about a potential buy-in.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Ineos in link to Mercedes Formula 1 buy-in<br><br><br>On Friday it was confirmed that ownership of the team would now be split three ways, with equal parts taken by Mercedes, INEOS and Wolff.<br>The deal means that Mercedes has diluted its previous 60% ...

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Ahead of Renault's final race before its rebrand as Alpine for 2021, F1 arranged a celebration of the French manufacturer by reuniting Fernando Alonso with his 2005 title-winning Renault R25.<br>Alonso completed runs in the car on all four days of the Abu Dhabi race weekend, with the V10 engine and light, agile nature of the car impressing much of the paddock.<br>Alonso said the test showed F1 ...

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For this latest #ThinkingForward, we spoke to Toto about the future role of manufacturers in the sport, the eventual showdown between hybrid and electric racing for dominance and whether F1 should have a drivers’ salary cap.<br> <br>We start with Formula 1 and with all that's happened this year, the Concorde Agreement, budget cap, successful racing restart programme after the lockdown, does ...

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Russell’s superb performance in last weekend’s Sakhir GP led to suggestions that Mercedes might try to engineer a swap that would see Bottas return to Williams next year and the British driver make a permanent step up.<br>However, Wolff stressed that he remains loyal to Bottas, and made it clear that Russell’s time will come.<br>“He's going to be in our car,” said Wolff. “I'm hereby ...

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Hamilton spent 10 days in isolation in Bahrain after testing positive for COVID-19 soon after the first of the two races there, and he was forced to miss last weekend’s Sakhir GP.<br>After testing negative he was allowed to travel from Bahrain to Abu Dhabi on Thursday, and was cleared to enter the paddock on Friday. He set the pace for much of qualifying on Saturday, topping both Q1 and Q2 ...

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Shortly before the final runs in Q3 for the F1 season finale in Abu Dhabi, Wolff was heard giving Bottas a message of encouragement with: "All you have Valtteri."<br>Such in-session communication between the team boss and drivers is not usual, with Wolff normally only getting involved if there are difficult matters to sort or post race messages.<br>However, explaining why he spoke to Bottas in ...

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Bottas spoke on Thursday about the need to “do better” after a difficult run of form that has seen him struggle to match the sister Mercedes car.<br>Hamilton clinched his seventh world title at the Turkish Grand Prix, and has won 11 races to Bottas’s two this year to sit over 100 points clear at the top of the drivers’ standings.<br>Hamilton missed the Sakhir Grand Prix after testing ...

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Wolff insisted that Lewis Hamilton remains the benchmark, and stressed the role that the seven-times world champion had played in lifting the team and developing its cars since he joined in 2013.<br>Russell’s charging performance, which saw him lose a likely race win to a pit stop mix-up and later a puncture, has inevitably led observers to suggest that Mercedes might not need Hamilton in the ...

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After being called up to race for parent team Mercedes following Lewis Hamilton's positive test for COVID-19, Russell qualified second in Bahrain and was on course to win the race before a pitstop blunder dropped him to fifth.<br>Russell fought his way back to second and was quickly catching race leader Sergio Perez, only to suffer a puncture with 10 laps to go that forced him to pit ...

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Ever since his positive coronavirus test on the Monday after the Bahrain Grand Prix, Hamilton has hidden from the public spotlight and little has been revealed about his condition.<br>As part of Bahrain's coronavirus protocols, he has to stay in self isolation for at least 10 days in the Kingdom before he will be allowed to travel to Abu Dhabi.<br>Although Hamilton has said nothing about his ...

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Russell was drafted in to parent team Mercedes for the Sakhir Grand Prix after Hamilton tested positive for COVID-19, stepping up from his regular seat at Williams.<br>Russell qualified second and dominated the majority of the race in Bahrain, leading a grand prix for the first time in his career, and looked on course for victory before a pit stop mix-up caused by a radio failure.<br>Russell ...

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Russell will make his Mercedes debut in Bahrain this weekend after being drafted in by his parent team from Williams to replace Hamilton, who was ruled out after testing positive for COVID-19.<br>Russell led both practice sessions at the Bahrain International Circuit on Friday, but was quick to downplay his times on his first outing in the Mercedes W11 car, calling them “deceiving”.<br>It ...

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Williams regular Russell will make his first start for Mercedes this weekend in Bahrain after being drafted in to replace seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton, who tested positive for COVID-19.<br>Russell hit the ground running in opening practice for the Sakhir Grand Prix, finishing at the top of the timesheets and beating teammate Valtteri Bottas by three-tenths of a second. He then repeated ...

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The Williams driver, a Mercedes junior since the start of 2017 - the year he won the GP3 title as a rookie - will drive alongside Valtteri Bottas after Hamilton tested positive for COVID-19 after winning last weekend's Bahrain GP.<br>His deal to compete in the race that will take place on the Bahrain International Circuit's high-speed, short 'outer loop' layout was announced the day after ...

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