News Toto Wolff: Corona crisis gives him a "completely new life"
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The corona crisis has completely changed Toto Wolff's everyday life - The Mercedes team boss explains why the situation can also be seen as an opportunity
The corona crisis affects everyone in some way. For almost the entire world population, everyday life has changed in the past weeks and months. The lives of people from the Formula 1 circus have also been completely overthrown. Instead of traveling from race to race across the world, people are currently tied to their own four walls.
"I have problems with these things," admits Toto Wolff in the YouTube series 'Deep Dive' by Mercedes. "It's a completely new life. I have more free time, even if I spend a lot of time on the phone," reports the team boss, for whom the situation is "completely new". While he is otherwise very busy, for example, he currently has a lot of time to play with his three-year-old son.
McLaren team boss Seidl: "Formula 1 will learn a lot"
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"I enjoy it, but it's just different. On the other hand, there are my older children who are in isolation in Vienna," reveals the Austrian and explains: "I haven't seen them in six weeks, which of course is painful is. These are difficult times for all of us. " Nevertheless, Wolff believes that the corona crisis can also be an opportunity for people.
"I think we appreciate the little things more," he explains in relation to the current situation and gives examples: "That we can go for a walk if it is allowed. Spending time with the family and not being rushed out to come to the office. " This difficult time would change humanity even after the crisis ended.
Wolff predicts that people will come out of the situation "stronger". There would then be a "different society" with "different values and a different attitude". At the moment nobody can predict when the crisis will be over. The effects will probably be felt for a much longer time anyway.
Official: 2020 no MotoGP race on the Sachsenring .
© GP-Fever.de No MotoGP bike will ride on the Sachsenring this year World Motorcycle Federation FIM and MotoGP promoter Dorna have completely canceled three grands Prix announced. This affects the Sachsenring, Assen and the new KymiRing. As a result, there will be no MotoGP races in Germany, the Netherlands and Finland in the 2020 calendar year. According to the original calendar, the Sachsenring should have been driven on June 21st.