Toto Wolff says he would prefer if his son says no to a future in Formula 1.

Two years ago, the 47-year-old and his wife Susie, a former Williams test driver, welcomed their first child together into the world.

"I would hope that he does not become a racing driver," the Mercedes team boss admitted to Bild am Sonntag newspaper.

"First, it's dangerous, but also I don't know if I'd enjoy watching my child in a kart or other racing cars at the weekends," he added.

Susie, whose maiden name is Stoddart, raced in F3 and DTM and is currently a Formula E team boss. But she also said she would not push their son Jack into motor sport.

"He should find out what he loves for himself," she said.

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2 F1 Fan comments on “Wolff doesn't want son to be racing driver

  1. Amaya locks

    What ever Toto and susie want for there son Jack, will be for shure what he wants to do. f1 and driving fast cars is in his blood. when old enough to make up his own mind. but for now let him be the child he his. good luck to you's all.


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