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Netflix has reportedly filmed a clash between Toto Wolff and Christian Horner in Canada.

The tense conversation between Toto Wolff and Christian Horner in Canada was allegedly caught on Netflix cameras.

The debate around the dolphins flared up at the Canadian Grand Prix following a technical directive issued by the FIA ​​outlining their intentions to monitor this bouncing phenomenon and keep cars running safely.

Several drivers have called for FIA intervention after being badly hurt by bouncing at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.

It can be said with certainty that in CanadaWolff was most blunt in his words towards his teammates, calling them, in his opinion, to “political games”.

There have been protest conversations with several teams reportedly suspicious of the new floor Mercedes has rolled out in Montreal, just days after the tech directive was issued.

“This is a sport in which you are trying to maintain a competitive advantage or gain it, but this situation has clearly gone too far,” Wolf said indignantly, referring to motorsport.com.

“All drivers, at least one on each team, said that after Baku they were in pain, that they had difficulty keeping the car on the track, or that their eyesight had deteriorated.

“Team leaders trying to manipulate what they say to maintain a competitive edge and trying to play political games when the FIA ​​is trying to find a quick fix to at least put the cars in a better position is hypocrisy. And that’s what I said.

“I’m not just talking about Mercedes: all the cars suffered in one way or another in Baku and still suffer here. Cars are too hard. Cars bounce or call it what you want.

“We have long-term effects that we cannot even judge. But at any moment it is a security threat, and then coming up with some small manipulations in the background, or a Chinese whisper, or a driver briefing is just a pity.

Those comments came after a team principals meeting in Canada where Wolf and Horner are said to have had an altercation, and it is now widely reported that the Netflix cameras were there to soak it all up.

So, we should all see exactly what happened if Netflix decides it will do so for their new season of Drive to Survive.

The docu-series, which offers a behind-the-scenes look at Formula 1 that goes beyond what’s shown on TV cameras, has generated mixed reviews in the paddock since its first season aired in 2019.

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