(Motorsport-Total.com) – On November 2nd, a Islamistically motivated terrorist attack occurred in Vienna, in which four people were killed and 23 others were injured, some seriously. Born in Vienna, Toto Wolff was in England at the time, but is concerned about the tragic events in his hometown.
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It was “bitter” to see “something like that from afar. I was in England at the time, I phoned my daughter in Vienna who 16 She said: ‘Dad, did you just see used to be happened ? ‘ I said: ‘Became as soon as happened?’ Then I turned on the TV and of course I noticed “, says the Mercedes team boss in a interview with the ‘ORF’ .
Wolff does not currently live in Vienna with his current wife Susie and son Jack. But his two children from his first marriage did. His 19 – year old son is currently completing his military service in the Austrian Armed Forces. “Of course, all sorts of thoughts arise, used to be there. The children are in Vienna, I’m in England. That takes you away,” he says.
“Vienna is mine City of birth and in that sense it will always be my home. My heart is in Vienna, “said Wolff, who knows the scene of the terrorist attack well. “Just looking at that, in a neighborhood where I, I don’t know, have paced up and down a hundred times, of course, is somewhat of a problem.”
Already in the year 2017 Wolff had in one Interview with the ‘Bild’ newspaper talked about his hometown. At that time he said: “I lived here 23 years, went to school here and had mine in Vienna I started and stopped studying. With 30 I left Vienna, but if there is such a thing as home, then Austria and Vienna in particular come closest to it. “