McLaren F1 chief Zak Brown calls out Mercedes boss Toto Wolff for Las Vegas BOXING MATCH at Australian GP | The Sun

MCLAREN chief Zak Brown has sensationally challenged Toto Wolff to a BOXING MATCH in Las Vegas.

Following the chaotic Australian Grand Prix, Brown was in a jubilant mood as Lando Norris and homeboy Oscar Piastri scored their first points of the season.

And while speaking to Sky Sports, the McLaren CEO issued a challenge towards Red Bull's Christian Horner and Mercedes chief Wolff.

He said: "We were talking about racing Christian in Silverstone, because I used to race against Christian.

"And I've talked to Toto about it, we'll see if he's up for it.

"When we go Vegas, what's Vegas known for? [A] Little boxing match? I'm ready."


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After some laughter from the Sky crew, their boxing nicknames were also formed with Brown being dubbed "Slugger Brown" and Wolff being dubbed "Terminator".

Unfortunately, fans would need to wait until November for such an event to take place, with the Las Vegas Grand Prix not until November 18.

In the meantime, there are more pressing matters at hand for both.

Mercedes remain some way short of Red Bull's pace despite a P2 finish from Lewis Hamilton today.

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Hamilton himself cast a surprised figure post-race, declaring there was still a long way to go before they would catch Red Bull.

Meanwhile, McLaren will want to make sure their Australia form carries on for the foreseeable future and that they do not return to their woeful results in the opening two races.

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