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3 (3.8%)
13 (8.2%)
1 ( German Grand Prix) (1.3%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
1st
4
79
70
79 (0.5 points per race avg)
46 (29.1%)
1976 Brazilian Grand Prix
1979 United States Grand Prix

about Wolf

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.


source: Wikipedia

seasons

1976, 1977, 1978, 1979,

finishing positions

grid positions

driver championships

constructor championships

wins Wolf

# 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 Wolf

# 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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After a season like 2022 it would be easy for Wolff, Lewis Hamilton, George Russell and their Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS F1 Team colleagues to consign their difficult memories to the bin and move on. But that’s not how Formula 1 works.
The sport is all about relentless self-improvement and when you are a team accustomed to success, that suddenly finds itself winning neither a Drivers’ nor ...

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The German car manufacturer is coming off the back of a challenging 2022 campaign, where it struggled initially with high levels of porpoising on its W13.
However, an intensive in-season effort to get to the bottom of the problems helped deliver a good step forward and the squad was able to pull off a 1-2 finish in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
The winter period has given Mercedes the ...

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F1's governing body caused a stir just before Christmas when it announced it was banning all drivers from making any non-neutral "political, religious or personal" statements or comments without prior permission.
In an updated version of the FIA's International Sporting Code, which governs the running of sanctioned motorsport competitions from the start of 2023, the governing body outlined a ...

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Hamilton revealed at the end of last year that he planned to sign off on a contract extension with Mercedes over the winter, with his current deal coming to an end in 2023.
Speaking to selected media including Motorsport.com at the United States Grand Prix, Hamilton had said: “We are going to do another deal.
“We're going to sit down and we're going to discuss it in these next ...

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US racing stalwart Michael Andretti has been on the front foot trying to gather support for an F1 entry, including months of lobbying in the paddock.
But enthusiasm for Andretti becoming an 11th team on the grid, which requires the approval of both the FIA and F1, has been lukewarm at best.
It is understood a large majority of F1 teams are not keen on having to share the prize pool with an ...

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Six days on from Mercedes' 1-2 finish in Brazil led by George Russell, the team failed to put up a fight to Red Bull and Ferrari at the head of the field as it finished six tenths of a second off the pace.
Hamilton took fifth place on the grid, finishing three thousandths of a second ahead of Russell in sixth as the Yas Marina Circuit layout hit the weaknesses of the Mercedes W13 ...

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Russell claimed his maiden grand prix victory on Sunday at Interlagos, controlling proceedings from the front of the pack after also winning Saturday's sprint race.
He led home a 1-2 finish for Mercedes ahead of Lewis Hamilton and gave the team its first victory of the season, snapping a win drought that dated back to last December's Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.
The win only furthered Russell's ...

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Following driver outrage over the use of a recovery vehicle on track in torrential rain during last month's Japanese Grand Prix, the FIA promised a full investigation, the findings of which were released less than two weeks later at the United States Grand Prix.
A number of steps were introduced in the wake of Suzuka, such as putting an end to race director rotation for the remainder of the ...

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The German car manufacturer has endured a tricky season with the W13, which suffered a lot early on from excessive bouncing.
It took several months for Mercedes to understand the factors that were at play and implement car tweaks that have helped Lewis Hamilton and George Russell make some progress over the second half of the campaign.
But while it was able to get on top of the porpoising ...

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Red Bull's breach of the cost cap limit in 2021 triggered a major controversy within F1 recently, with opinions divided in the paddock about how extreme the sanctions taken again it should be.
In the end, the Milton Keynes-based outfit was handed a $7 million fine and had its aero development allowance cut back by 10% because it overspent by around $1.8 million last year.
Wolff was quite ...

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George Russell and Lewis Hamilton fell three-tenths of a second short of Max Verstappen?s pole position lap for Red Bull but struggled on their last run in Q3.
Russell called his final lap ?terrible?, while Hamilton had an engine oscillation problem that impacted his last effort as he reported feeling power drop outs.
Both Mercedes cars may benefit from getting a tow from Verstappen on ...

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It was announced today that Red Bull had signed an Accepted Breach Agreement with the governing body.
As a result, it has been docked 10% of its aero testing for 12 months from now and fined $7 million.
"I think as for any penalty, for us, it's too little," Wolff told Motorsport.com. "For them, it will be too much."
Regarding the Red Bull penalties, Wolff added: "I think any reduction in ...

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Mercedes has three races remaining this season to break its win drought and avoid its first campaign without a victory since 2011.
The team struggled to take the fight to Red Bull and Ferrari in the early part of the season under the new regulations, but has since made progress with its W13 car.
Lewis Hamilton came close to victory in the United States Grand Prix last weekend, only losing ...

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Mercedes has just three races left to avoid its first winless season in 11 years after struggling to take the fight to Red Bull and Ferrari under the revised technical regulations for 2022.
But the team has made decent progress over the season to get closer to the front runners.
Lewis Hamilton came close to victory in Sunday's United States Grand Prix, aided in part by the final upgrade ...

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The FIA is due to issue compliance certificates soon to the teams that operated within last year's cap.
However, paddock sources indicate that when the final accounting has been completed both Red Bull Racing and Aston Martin are likely to be reported as having breached the cap.
The financial regulations contain a list of potential penalties for both "minor" and "material" breaches.
The ...

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After a day of fast developments in the Singapore Grand Prix paddock, as speculation focused on Aston Martin and Red Bull having potentially not complied with the 2021 cost cap limit, Wolff did not hold back in his views about how serious the matter was.
After Red Bull team boss Christian Horner had indicated earlier in the day that his squad's submission for the 2021 cap was below the circa ...

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Red Bull recently brought negotiations with Porsche over cooperation on its 2026 power unit project to an end, leaving Audi as the only Volkswagen Group brand on the grid when the new regulations come into force.
Red Bull Powertrains is to press on with the project independently while remaining open to a future partnership with a third party.
Team principal Christian Horner has indicated ...

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The issue of grid drops for engine changes in F1 always rears it heads around the time of the Belgian and Italian Grands Prix, as teams make use of the good overtaking opportunities thrown up at the venues to go for fresh power units.
At last weekend?s race at Monza, there were nine drivers who took a penalty for various reasons ? including power unit component changes, extra gearboxes or ...

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Having driven for Aston Martin in opening practice on Friday, de Vries was drafted in by Williams ahead of FP3 on Saturday when Alex Albon was taken ill and diagnosed with appendicitis.
The rookie qualified 13th and moved up five places on the grid thanks to penalties for other drivers to start eighth.
He eventually finished the race in ninth, thus logging two points on his debut.
Wolff ...

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Wolff believes that the fallout from last year?s Abu Dhabi controversy gave them confidence to withstand any outside pressure for the race to finish under green flag conditions.
The safety car emerged late in the race after Daniel Ricciardo?s McLaren stopped on track with an apparent engine failure.
Marshals could not push the car because it was stuck in gear, and it took some time to ...

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Hamilton was left furious after Mercedes elected to keep him out on old mediums at the late safety car in Zandvoort, which left him exposed to Max Verstappen behind him who had stopped for fresh softs.
The situation had further shifted against Hamilton when his teammate George Russell, who had initially been behind him and could have acted as a buffer to Verstappen, was stopped for fresh softs ...

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With the German car manufacturer having been on a roll since the introduction of Formula 1's turbo hybrid rules, it looks set, for the first time since 2014, not to win either championship this year.
In fact, the struggles it has faced with its tricky W13 has meant Mercedes has not won a race so far in 2022, although George Russell did deliver a surprise pole position at the Hungarian Grand ...

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In the wake of Fernando Alonso?s move to Aston Martin, Alpine moved quickly to confirm its intention to give Piastri the race seat.
However, the team was already well aware that Piastri had also signed a contract with McLaren, and intended to race for the Woking outfit.
Piastri quickly took to social media to make it clear that he had no intention of taking up the Alpine seat, concluding ...

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Just one race one on from George Russell?s shock pole position in Hungary, Mercedes has found itself unable to find answers as to why it is so off the pace at Spa-Francorchamps.
On a weekend when grid penalties for a number of front runners have given Mercedes another good shot of going for the win, Lewis Hamilton and George Russell ended up just seventh and eighth fastest.
But of more ...

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Audi confirmed at Spa on Friday morning that it will enter F1 in 2026 with its own brand new power unit.
The manufacturer is close to finalising a deal to take over Sauber, which is currently competing under the Alfa Romeo name.
Porsche meanwhile had yet to formally reveal its plan to join forces with Red Bull Racing and the new Red Bull Powertrains organisation.
Wolff made it clear that ...

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