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Williams' Wolff not ruling out managerial role

By Motorsport.com/GMM

Williams' worst start to a new season since 1979
Williams' worst start to a new season since 1979

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Williams shareholder Christian 'Toto' Wolff has not ruled out taking a more hands-on role at the struggling British team.

The famous outfit's chairman Adam Parr said in China that after Williams' worst start to a new season since 1979, changes are definitely on the table.

Media reports have focused on the possibility Sam Michael could lose his job as technical director.

But a less-reported fact was that Austrian Wolff - whose 10 per cent stake could reportedly increase over time - made a rare visit to the F1 paddock in China last weekend.

I have put my foot in the door, and whether this is good or not, we will see.

Chritian Wolff

Asked by laola1.at if he is pushing for an actual managerial role, he answered: "In Adam Parr we have a strong man who runs the show while I look in mainly from the outside."

Pressed further, he added: "I have put my foot in the door, and whether this is good or not, we will see."

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