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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Mark _

June 04, 2010 5:07 PM
Last Edited 1881 days ago

Maybe if Webber had given Vettel a little more room he would have had time to react to Vettel's slight change of direction. Webber pinched him so close that it gave him no way of avoiding the contact. Did Webber really think that SV would hold that line all the way to the corner? That is a big assumption.

And yes, Vettel was leading the race at the point of contact which is why some are blaming Webber. He crashed with his teammate, the race leader.

Dario - Unregistered

June 04, 2010 5:08 PM


One would assign blame so that a lesson would be learned, hopefully. Otherwise, you'll just shrug and say sh*t happens, and you'll have Vettel crashing into Kubica in Australia in 09, crashing into Webber here, and crashing into someone else, each of them being 'shrug, what can you do' moments, let's move on to the next crash.

JAG - Unregistered

June 04, 2010 5:19 PM

How can MW crash into Vettel if Seb turn into him? Mark just held his line and that is racing, if you want to pass, you have to figure out how to do it and not expect the other car to let you by so, Max please go into permanent retirement.
PS. would Max's comment be a little bias? As Webber was in favor of the run away series along with Flav. Remember Max was-is all about politics, he does not care about the sport


June 04, 2010 6:53 PM

I don't know what to do. I agree with Mosley on something. This is unprecedented and I am now in unchartered waters.

The guy is a complete mentalist but I have to agree with his comments. This is most upsetting.

Any Mosley fans around who can tell how to deal with this upsetting occurrence?

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