Hamilton, Wolff and Cowell nominated in F1’s “most influential person” poll

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The official F1 website started a poll to determine the most influential person in the history of the sport. Lewis Hamilton and Toto Wolff are among the nominees.

The selection process is set up as a knockout tournament with 32 legendary names selected by a panel of experts and divided into 4 categories: drivers, team bosses, innovators and game changers.

Lewis Hamilton has been nominated in the ‘drivers’ category, Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff in the ‘team bosses’ category and Mercedes AMG High Performance Powertrains boss Andy Cowell in the ‘innovators’ category. Additionally, three-time Formula 1 champion and former Mercedes F1 Team non-executive chairman Niki Lauda and former Mercedes driver and five-time world champion Juan Manuel Fangio have also been nominated in the ‘drivers’ category.

The winners will be determined by fans who can cast their votes on the official Formula 1 website. You can cast your votes here!

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