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3 (3.8%)
1 (0.6%)
1 ( German Grand Prix) (1.3%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
1st
4
79
70
79 (0.5 points per race avg)
0 (0%)
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.


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seasons

1976, 1977, 1978, 1979,

finishing positions

grid positions

driver championships

constructor championships

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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Red Bull's Austrian parent company instigated an investigation into team boss Horner after allegations of inappropriate behaviour were made by a female employee, which led to him being interviewed by an independent barrister on 9 February.So far there has been no outcome, and Horner, who has strongly denied any wrongdoing, is continuing to oversee the Milton Keynes team at this week’s Bahrain ...

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The heavily revised new W15 was launched at Silverstone on Wednesday morning, ahead of some initial shakedown laps by Lewis Hamilton and George Russell.Wolff is optimistic about the prospects for the new car, citing a "buzz" in the Mercedes camp, but he acknowledged that it won't be easy to take on the team that has dominated the last two seasons."On one hand, you need to be realistic about the ...

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Wolff says he has no concerns about potentially having to block the flow of information on future development to Hamilton, suggesting that it’s too early to make a call on how that process might work.Logic suggests that Hamilton will henceforth be frozen out of any discussions on 2026, when the new F1 regulations come in.However, inevitably there will be a crossover between development work ...

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In recent weeks, sporting director Steve Nielsen and single-seater technical director Tim Goss have both left the FIA. Their departure comes after the exit of Deborah Mayer as head of the FIA Women in Motorsport Commission.Speaking to The Daily Telegraph, Wolff said it is "concerning" that several key people have "suddenly" quit, with Nielsen only being in the job for a year amid suggestions that ...

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In an exclusive interview with The Daily Telegraph, Wolff has revealed that he recently agreed with his fellow shareholders to a new deal to remain at the helm of the squad until at least the end of 2026.The three parties involved, Wolff, INEOS owner Jim Ratcliffe and Mercedes-Benz CEO Ola Kallenius, have agreed that the best way forward is to ensure that the management of the F1 squad is stable ...

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Mercedes has long since decided to ditch its ‘size-zero’ sidepod car architecture for the 2024 season, for which it will converge around the downwash solution used by the rest of the grid.This will leave the eight-time constructors’ champion to play catch-up to Red Bull, which has already had two seasons to develop its own optimum take on the ground-effects regulations.Despite its main rival ...

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The Dutchman won 19 of the 22 races, with only one victory escaping Red Bull and going instead to Ferrari.Meanwhile, Mercedes finished a distant second in the constructors’ championship after failing to win a race.Wolff says that despite Red Bull's success, interest in F1 is still high and that Red Bull’s rivals simply have to do a better job.“The numbers that we're seeing, they are ...

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Last week the FIA announced its compliance department was looking into a potential conflict of  interest between a team principal and FOM employee, amid dubious allegations that Mercedes boss Toto Wolff and his wife Susie, who runs the F1 Academy for FOM, had exchanged confidential information.Less than 48 hours later the matter was dropped as the FIA published a second statement saying it was ...

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The FIA issued a statement earlier this week indicating that its compliance department was "looking into the matter" of an allegation that confidential information had been passed from an FOM employee to a team principal, while not naming the Wolffs.However, it was a clear reference to the couple in the wake of a magazine article that contained the allegation and suggested that rival team bosses ...

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On Tuesday the FIA announced its Compliance Department was looking into allegations made in a dubious publication suggesting Mercedes team boss Wolff and his wife Susie, who heads FOM's F1 Academy, were exchanging confidential information.The probe took all parties involved by surprise and invoked a furious response by the Wolffs, Mercedes and F1's management. F1 and Mercedes rejected the ...

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On Tuesday, the F1 Academy managing director and spouse of Toto Wolff, the Mercedes motorsport boss, were set to be the subject of an investigation by the FIA Compliance Department.This followed highly-dubious media reports that Toto Wolff had raised comments in a meeting between Formula 1 team principals that could have only come from Formula One Management information - to which Susie Wolff ...

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But the shockwaves from the FIA's decision to declare that it was looking into a potential conflict of interest over the passing of confidential information between the Wolffs are going to stick around for a while.There remains a bitter aftertaste to all that has happened because no parties have come out of the events of the week looking good.The Wolffs, Mercedes and FOM have had their reputations ...

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On Tuesday evening, the governing body announced that its Compliance Department was looking into an allegation of confidential information between an F1 team principal and a member of Formula One Management.This was in relation to a dubious media report that in a meeting between team principals, Toto Wolff supposedly made a comment based on material information that was only available to FOM ...

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On Tuesday, motor racing’s governing body announced that it was looking into an alleged conflict of interest regarding the transfer of confidential information between a team principal and FOM employee. Although the FIA did not mention names, it was widely understood that this was Toto and Susie Wolff, who is managing director of the F1 Academy series. In its statement, the FIA said that its ...

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Wolff has found herself in the spotlight after the FIA issued a statement on Tuesday night saying its compliance department had opened an investigation into a potential conflict of interest between an F1 team principal and a member of FOM personnel. It relates to what the governing body says was a suggestion that confidential information had been passed on. Although the governing body did not ...

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The FIA announced on Tuesday that its compliance department was investigating a potential conflict of interest over the passing of information between a member of FOM personnel and a team principal. "The FIA is aware of media speculation centred on the allegation of information of a confidential nature being passed to an F1 team principal from a member of FOM personnel,” said the statement ...

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The FIA announced on Tuesday night that its Compliance Department had opened an investigation into potential breaches of the governing body's regulations.While not naming Susie and Toto Wolff directly, a statement declared that an F1 team principal and member of FOM personnel were to be investigated following a media report. "The FIA is aware of media speculation centred on the allegation of ...

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The dramatic development comes after the FIA felt it needed to act on complaints from F1 team principals regarding the activities of the couple.Toto Wolff is the team principal of Mercedes, while Susie is managing director of the F1 Academy, which is run by F1's commercial rights holders.It is understood there have been concerns that the pair are privy to information that would not normally be ...

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Drivers have increasingly complained about needing to manage overheating from the Pirelli tyres, with the rubber prone to thermal degradation, which forces them to back off in search of cooler air.Pirelli is aware of an issue it says is down to teams developing the aerodynamics of their new ground-effect cars far more than forecast to create more turbulent air. While it is investigating altering ...

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The fight for second in the constructors' championship between Mercedes and Ferrari went down to the wire in the season finale.In a late but ultimately unsuccessful bid to thwart Mercedes, Leclerc allowed a penalised Sergio Perez to overtake in a bid to prevent George Russell landing a podium.Leclerc wanted Perez, handicapped by five seconds for tagging Lando Norris, to pass and build a gap so ...

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Off the back of a winless campaign for the German manufacturer, the Brackley-based squad is pinning hopes of a revival on an all-new car concept for its 2024 W15 challenger.But seven-time world champion Hamilton suggests there is little room for manoeuvre in Mercedes getting it wrong for a third time in the new ground effect era, which has served to ramp up the demands on the squad and its boss.In ...

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The Mercedes team principal and his Ferrari opposite number, Fred Vasseur, were called to face the FIA stewards ahead of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix for incidents of swearing during an official press conference in Las Vegas.The instances were in the same session, with Vasseur venting over the damage caused to Carlos Sainz's car when a water valve cover came loose on the circuit, and Wolff defending ...

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Wolff and Vasseur took part in the Vegas event's team principals' press conference just after FP1 had had to be cancelled, due to a water valve cover being worked loose by Esteban Ocon's Alpine and struck by Carlos Sainz's Ferrari and Ocon's Alpine on subsequent laps.This was due to the high underfloor forces the current ground-effect era of F1 cars assert on street tracks, with the concrete ...

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F1's much-anticipated return to Vegas got off to a bad start on Thursday when water valve covers were ripped up by Carlos Sainz' Ferrari and Alpine's Esteban Ocon, which halted FP1 after nine minutes and led to a long delay for FP2, by which time spectators were sent home.FP1's track issues were met with a barrage of criticism from fans and media, which Wolff labelled as "completely ...

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The first on-track session for the inaugural race weekend on the streets of Las Vegas was abandoned after just eight minutes on Thursday evening when Ferrari's Carlos Sainz ripping up the concrete frame of a manhole cover on the flat-out Strip section.The Spaniard's car suffered huge damage to the chassis, floor and power unit and in a separate manhole incident, Alpine's Esteban Ocon also damaged ...

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