Wolff begins to sell his stake in Williams 7 September, 2013 Toto Wolff Toto Wolff revealed at Monza that he has begun to sell his shares in the Williams team. Ever since the Austrian bought into Mercedes and became the German team’s executive director, he has said he will move to avoid a conflict of interest and find a safe pair of hands to take control of his 15 per cent Williams share. Auto Motor und Sport on Saturday reported that Wolff has found a buyer from Russia. The report said Wolff “has confirmed that the sale process has begun”, adding that his Williams stake will initially shrink from 15 to 5 per cent. AM&S also reports that team founder and boss Sir Frank Williams, in the wake of the death of his wife, is now living at the team’s Grove factory. “Some offices have been converted into an apartment,” read the report. (GMM.) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsHead applauds Mercedes for allowing drivers to raceSwitch to Mercedes power was not a fluke decision for WilliamsSir Frank Williams hospitalised for weeksMercedes: We cannot sit back, it can still go wrongProst doubts Renault will catch Mercedes next seasonMercedes celebrate with all staff at Brackley HQWolff: We’re suddenly bad guys because we adhere to rulesWolff: This trophy also belongs to Ross BrawnHamilton: It’s history and I’m proud to be a part of itZetsche: It is a time of great pride and satisfaction matthew I hope frank williams isn’t seriously unhappy, converting offices into apartments and living in the factory seems very depressing.