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Investigations against Toto and Susie Wolfe were halted

Investigations against Toto and Susie Wolfe were halted

Susie and Toto Wolff The FIA ​​said on Thursday that there were “no ongoing ethical or disciplinary investigations” “in relation to any individual”. The FIA ​​noted that as a regulatory authority, it has a duty to “uphold the integrity of global motorsport.”

The FIA ​​announced on Tuesday evening that it would examine media reports that the Formula 1 team boss had been given confidential information by an employee of the rights holder. The background to the controversial review was a report by a specialist portal about an alleged conflict of interest between Toto Wolff and his wife Susie, who heads the Formula 1 Academy, about which other officials are said to have complained to FIA president Mohamed Bin Sulayem. Susie Wolfe reacted with ‘extreme disappointment’ to the claims – read more here!

Compliance system ‘strong enough’

Now Formula 1 management has announced: “We have full confidence that these allegations are false.” The global association also expressed its belief that the compliance regime is “strong enough to prevent unauthorized disclosure of confidential information.”

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