Simone Biles and Naomi Osaka receive a special shoutout from Mercedes F1 boss valued at $540m

In a recent interview with the Sunday Times, Mercedes boss Toto Wolff spoke about the ideals that keep people on their toes. He highlighted key core values ​​that go into teamwork and the importance of considering everyone’s contribution.

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Toto Wolff stressed his admiration for athletes who have spoken openly about mental health and its importance in this area, and shared his own take on its relevance.

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the gymnastics legend, Simone Biles, retired from gymnastics at the Tokyo Games due to mental health issues and took a much-needed position on the issue. As well as the four Olympic gold medalists, we have the former world No. 1, Naomi Osakawho also voiced her struggles with depression and took steps necessary for self-care.

Toto Wolff, in his interviewpresented the same narrative as he said “Without going into too much detail, feeling depressed, feeling inadequate. It all depends on how you perceive yourself.”

“High quality people who seem to have everything but have issues, I think we have a duty to say we’re getting help and it’s okay to get help. Simone Biles and Naomi Osaka deserve a lot of credit for speaking out about this.”

Mercedes, without a win this season, refuse to leave one stone unturned as they invest in “expensive mattresses” to optimize performance in the future.

Toto Wolff took an unconventional route to see his team fulfill their highest potential

Like recently reportsMercedes made an investment in a “secret weapon” worth $2330 each.

However, their investments do not revolve around cars, so to speak. It’s more about the bed at home. Lewis Hamilton and George Russell currently sleep in high-end, state-of-the-art, expensive, intuitive mattresses that measure their body temperature, respiration and heart rate.

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They developed this to provide a better understanding of their fitness needs and to help them better navigate those needs.

The $540 million valueMercedes Boss, has supported this current experiment as they continue to improve their W-13 on the side.

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Check out this story: Where are retired F1 drivers now?

What do you think of the mattress investment? Is it worth? Will this bring a leap in her step forward? The Singapore Grand Prix will provide those answers.

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