Wolff has previously made clear the situation needs to be looked at, particularly as the rule changes were made at a time when Pirelli's tyres were struggling to cope with the increased downforce levels and the company was not in a position to develop due to the Covid-19 situation last year.
Pirelli, however, has since introduced what F1 boss Mario Isola has described as "a more robust construction" for this season.
Appreciating Aston Martin's position, Wolff said: "I understand the topic because how the rules have fallen into place last year, one can always question what the motivation was.
"I think there is certainly the right to review, to look at things and discuss them with the FIA to find out what has actually happened, and how have things happened.
"That's why I respect Aston Martin's enquiry into the whole thing."
Given the level to which Aston Martin has been affected, Wolff added: "Maybe things were targeted at us and they are collateral damage."
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