Red Bull’s Helmut Marko answers Toto Wolff’s ‘Wikipedia’ remarks

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Toto Wolff recently said that Max Verstappen’s consecutive wins record is “for Wikipedia, and nobody reads that”. Helmut Marko answers by saying “Wikipedia is one of the most read mediums”.

At the Italian Grand Prix, Max Verstappen surpassed Sebastian Vettel’s consecutive wins record, with ten wins in a row.

When asked to comment on this fact, Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff said such records would not be important to him, and added it was “for Wikipedia, and nobody reads that anyway”.

After hearing the comment, Red Bull’s advisor Dr Helmut Marko gave his response.

“Wikipedia is one of the most read mediums,” Marko told Servus TV.

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“Maybe someone can tell Wolff,” he added

Marko then took a dig at Mercedes by saying they are not a “serious” rival for his team at this point.

“That’s the difference between us and them. We look at our own team to get the best performance. We just go about our business without making up all these kinds of stories like they do.

“But we don’t worry about Mercedes as long as they are not a serious rival for us,” the Austrian concluded.

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