Toto Wolff: The return of Williams

Toto Wolff: The return of Williams

After a barren spell, Williams seems to have turned a corner in 2012. Adam Cooper caught up with one of the squad's key figures, Toto Wolff, about how the change came about and what the future could hold.

In November 2009 a little bit of history was made when Sir Frank Williams and Patrick Head sold a chunk of their company to Austrian entrepreneur Toto Wolff.

It was a key moment because the pair had refused all previous opportunities to take partners on board, but the timing was right. With his background as a GT racer and in the DTM as a shareholder of HWA the gregarious Wolff seemed to be the right man to bring not only investment but also ideas that could give the team a boost.

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