“I haven’t taken the decision yet. These are discussions that are ongoing and positive and I enjoy them. I don’t want to give you the spin I am leaving because that is not the case.
“It is just I am in a moment of reflection, where F1 is heading, what is happening around COVID and also personal reasons. [Wolff’s wife] Susie is in a good place running a Formula E team and that means she is away a lot and I have been to something like 120 Grands Prix in the last eight years and it is something we are thinking about.”
Wolff is set to hold talks over his future with Ola Kallenius, who is chairman of Mercedes’ parent company Daimler.
The 48-year-old has been tipped to take on a senior role with the German car giant if he decides to bring an end to his frontline involvement in F1.
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