According to Mario Andretti, Toto Wolff has too much power and influence in F1, as he is not only the boss of the Mercedes F1 team, he is also its co-owner, as well as the manager of the racers, and through Mercedes' supply of power units, the Austrian has a lot of influence on Formula One through the teams as well Williams, Aston Martin and McLaren. That amounts to too much influence, according to Andretti, who wants to enter Formula One but Wolff doesn't see what the sport would gain from it, and the American expressed his opinion by agreeing with the larger thinking of Mark Kay on the website grandprix247.com https:/ /twitter.com/MarioAndretti/status/1557736030932836352
Former F1 world champion Mario Andretti has revealed that his son Michael is vying to enter Formula 1 with a new team. Andretti was close to taking over Alfa Romeo last year, but the deal fell through at the last minute, and now the American has taken a new path, joining Formula 1 with the new Andretti Global team. According to Andretti, his son has everything he needs to enter, and now he is waiting for an answer from the FIA umbrella organization.
Former Formula 1 racer Mario Andretti believes Charles Leclerc has moved too early to Ferrari, where he will probably have to help team-mate Sebastian Vettl as the second racer, as the Maranello team is unlikely to allow head-to-head matches. In his first season in Formula One, Leclerc did very well in Sauber's race car, convincing former team boss Sergio Marchionne to give Monaco a chance to replace Kimi Raikkonen. The 21-year-old Leclerc will become the second youngest Ferrari racer in history in the race for the Australian Grand Prix on March 17, and although Andretti sees a lot of talent in him, the American is worried that Vettel will not give up his status as the team's leading racer. now that Raikkonen is no longer with him. “At first glance, it’s the racing cast of Vette