Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff believes that Formula 1's flexi-wing saga is starting to bore everyone as the debate comes to a climax at the Azerbaijan GP.
Wolff and Red Bull's Christian Horner have been in a war of wards during the Baku weekend with Wolff calling Horner a windbag prior to qualifying. The Austrian now wants to keep the talk about the flexi-wings to a minimum.
"I think the flexi-wing saga is starting to bore everybody, including myself," Wolff told RacingNews365.com and other select members of the press.
"I don't know what was on Red Bull's car, and what they're going to have tomorrow. Then I think it's time to decide."
Wolff has played down Mercedes' chances for the win on Sunday despite Hamilton starting from the front row of the grid. He feels that the Baku street circuit is a weak track for Mercedes.
"I believe this championship is going to go long," said Wolff. "What you need to avoid is off weekends like Monaco and to continue to collect points on the weekends that are not so strong like this one, make sure that you don't lose too much which was our aim
"Then on the strong tracks, obviously leapfrog to the to the front. I haven't even looked at the at the points neither drivers' nor constructors' once in this year."