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Just In F1: Toto is “fed up” with Hamilton

Toto is “fed up” with Hamilton, considering that the Mercedes boss had replaced the star.

Bernie Ecclestone claims that Mercedes boss Toto Wolff is fed up with Lewis Hamilton and is considering replacing the blockbuster star. Hamilton has entered a disastrous F1 season this year and is sixth in the Drivers’ Championship.

The Britons have another year’s contract with Silver Arrows. However, former F1 boss Ecclestone believes Wolff has considered offering Hamilton a package to leave the team early.

“Toto is fed up with Lewis,” he told the 91-year-old Daily Mail. “I don’t think he’s trying to do it? In other words, Lewis doesn’t seem to care about losing. I don’t look like him. He is competitive, but to my liking he will lose a little easier.”

“Lewis might sell his position to Toto. ‘This is how much I am getting, I`ll step down and give me half of what I would get.’ Toto can go and do one of his magic deals, offer someone less money and keep £20m. Nobody needs to tell Toto this because he has already thought of it. Lewis would probably stop under those circumstances.”

Hamilton has been dwarfed by his new Silver Arrows teammate this year, sitting second behind in the 24-year-old ranking. And Ecclestone wonders if veterans have a positive impact on former Williams drivers.

“I didn’t think he was that good but he has done an excellent job,” , The businessman continued. “I’m surprised. Or is it a case of Lewis doing a bad job? A bit of both. I don’t think he is actively helping George. Personally, I don’t think he’s doing anything. I don’t think he cares too much. He’s not prepared to put the effort into winning that he did.”

Furthermore, Ecclestone made a weird swipe with a 37-year-old fashion sense, so he hasn’t reserved any criticisms of Hamilton for his driving. “I don’t know what he’s doing to wear all these weird clothes,” Ecclestone added. “Does he have a contract for it? Wants attention? Maybe that’s it.”

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Hamilton slightly missed last season’s record eight F1 Championship as Max Verstappen won his first title after winning his final race of the year in Abu Dhabi. But this year Hamilton couldn’t compete with its rivals at the top of the rankings because Mercedes cars suffered from porpoise problems.

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