Why Hamilton sees his bond with Wolff as one of F1 history's best
Lewis Hamilton has played a key part in Mercedes' extraordinary run to six consecutive Formula 1 world championship doubles. In this exclusive chat with STUART CODLING, Hamilton explains what makes this such a special team, how the group is empowered to flourish, and the role he performs as the "rudder" of the ship
F1 Racing: Toto Wolff has been a constant through all these years of success Mercedes has had. What is it about his management style that brings out the best in you and also in the rest of the team?
Lewis Hamilton: I've had the privilege of working with Toto since 2013 - he joined Mercedes not long after me. What we always have to remember is that the success of the team is built over time. A lot of the guys I work with have been there for 15-odd years.
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