F1 » Fans blame Vettel, Mosley blames Webber

Opinion remains divided over the Red Bull Racing implosion at Istanbul Park, althogh the results of a Crash.net poll appear conclusive....

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Realfan10 - Unregistered

June 04, 2010 11:15 AM

If you were looking for a hooker or some kind of sex parlour, Max might have a valid input. But as far as F1 is concerned his comments are worthless. Who on earth bothers to get a comment from this worthless hasbeen.

mario - Unregistered

June 04, 2010 11:43 AM

Watched the 09 review the other day, seen Nurburgring and Hamilton cut in front of Webber and Webber got blamed for it and the same kind of thing happens in Turkey but it isnt his fault :?

Church - Unregistered

June 04, 2010 12:12 PM

Would I be wrong to suggest that this is the very mentality that made Formula 1 "boring" in the eyes of many people? In a sense he's saying Vettel was ahead, and Webber should have given in. That makes for exciting racing does it? This is just my perspective anyway, I'm not sure criticising Mosely for the "Nazi" occurence is the best way to go.

All in all, I do believe Vettel was at fault. But it was a racing incident, and these things happen. :)


June 04, 2010 12:28 PM

@Church . . . No, im saying if the finish line was at the point of contact, vettel would have won because he was ahead, if i wanted to watch crashes, i'd watch banger racing. Tim i saying also, and have been saying that the two of them could have taken steps to avoid the crash, if webber had been able to get away from the other four the scenario wouldnt have occured, red bull telling webber to slow down with two mclarens and his team mate a couple of seconds behind with less than twenty laps to go, was a bit ridiculous too.

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