Rosberg rejects ‘anger’ allegation in Mexican grand prix
Instead, he said, he is tackling the race weekend as “business as usual”, keeping his head down and going on full attack, as always.
Wolff, when asked what was driving Rosberg to take four successive poles, was brief and to the point.
“Angry” he said, with a broad smile.
His reference to Rosberg’s anger was associated with the pair’s wheel-banging duel at the first corner of last Sunday’s United States Grand Prix won by Hamilton, whose triumph secured the title.
But Rosberg, who was disappointed at Hamilton’s actions in Austin and his decision to avoid clear-the-air talks or an apology for driving him off the track, rejected all suggestions that he is now motivated by anger.