Wolff has admitted the circumstances in which the 2020 season will start are unusual but his team are adapting to the challenges they face.
“I have been for quite some time in Austria and all this set up here seems very weird in a country where there are no cases anymore, or at least around here,” Wolff said. “I understand that in the UK it’s very different.
“I hope that based on my experience in Austria that this is the start and it’s good that we are racing again. Even though it’s weird that we are sitting 10 metres apart wearing surgical masks on our noses but if that is the thing we need to do in order to get racing then that’s ok.
“Obviously the work in the garage is impacted but nevertheless it’s about lap times and all of us are in the same position so it’s a little bit about improvising and getting the job done.”
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