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What impact will the incident in Istanbul have on the future of Mark Webber?

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June 02, 2010 1:40 PM

looks to me like german teams want german drivers. ie Mercedes. Favouritism in its worst form. I'll bet a tenner now they'l sign another german driver to partner vettel for next year. its wrong but its a business, and money talks.

FreddyFreeloader - Unregistered

June 02, 2010 1:42 PM

I hope he stays at RB. He's proven he's got the skills to hustle a good car around for a win and he a good guy so why not give him another year. But, on other websites, the rumour is Kimi .....

BenM - Unregistered

June 02, 2010 1:42 PM

I'd like to see Webber leave RB, even if he manages to win the WDC. It's clear that irrespective of what RB are saying publicly that Vettel is their preffered driver. Why bash your head against a brick wall?

Gary Weston

June 02, 2010 1:50 PM

It's difficult to see where Webber goes now. It's obvious Red Bull favour Vettel so this makes position even more difficult even after " clear the air talks".

Red Bull have behaved in a way that brings disrepute on what was a great sport but is more about commercial enterprise. I am sure other teams do the same but they are more considered before blaming drivers. Even now they have been very careful not to blame vettel.

Let's hope the teams see some sense in all of this and make F1 the great spectacle we all know it should and can be because at the moment it's getting beyond a joke. :?

MichaelE - Unregistered

June 02, 2010 1:56 PM

Where now for Webber? It's amazing how things change! A couple races back he was top of the world! Now, he looks like a fall guy! He needs to get the hell out of there!


Timmy - Unregistered

June 02, 2010 1:57 PM

I think Webber is in a very difficult situation. On one hand he's in a team who, no matter what they say, favours his team-mate.

On the other hand he's in a potential championship winning car. He can't go to Ferrari, they've already said they'll be sticking with their 2 drivers. I can't imagine there being any change at McLaren or Mercedes for a few seasons. The only other option is Renault whose potential is far more questionable.

I would try to patch things up with RBR if I was in his position.

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