A Formula 1 journalist has revealed that a current F1 team principal told him that none of the team bosses made a complaint to the FIA about a potential conflict of interest involving Toto and Susie Wolff – and that a disagreement with Christian Horner has nothing to do with the ongoing investigation.
Journalist Tobi Gruner has now revealed in a post on X - formerly known as Twitter - that, as far as he has heard, there is no reason to suggest that any of the teams are to blame for the investigation.
“Asked a team principal today about the rumoured allegations," he said.
"He told me there was nothing Toto Wolff said in recent meetings that raised any concerns or was questionable in any way for him and the other team bosses. Nobody has complained about anything.
“We heard about a small debate between Toto Wolff & Christian Horner in the last F1 Commission Meeting. But that had nothing to do with possible compliance issues."
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