We often talk about the differences between Hamilton and Bottas, last weekend in Monza those differences were very evident given the inability of Bottas to mount any kind of meaningful attack on Leclerc when his turn up at bat came. Some commentary from Toto on the matter which is nothing new, but also something that tends to get a lot of push back on whenever the topic comes up.
Wolff said the way Bottas was unable to threaten Leclerc as much as Hamilton had earlier in the race exposed an aspect of his driving that needs improving.
"It looks like he struggles a little bit when he gets in the wake of the car, to extract the maximum," explained Wolff.
"Lewis in that position is able to somehow get closer and put himself in a position to go for a move.
"It's something he's got to work on. But on the positive side, his racing was great. He was really fast. Probably in pure race time, the fastest car."