F1 » Webber: Other F1 teams sandbagging a bit


Mark Webber: "The car seems to be going pretty well here. We're happy with our programme and looking forward to qualifying."

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spaghettieddie

July 09, 2010 7:22 PM

A few of the other teams? Last time I checked "a few" meant 3. I can name maybe 1. Unless of course he meant a couple and then I could name one team and one driver who is on his team but "technically speaking" working with a different group of mechanics which could be construed as a "different team" :p :)

blzbub

July 09, 2010 7:39 PM

'accusing' them is a bit strong, they can do what they want in free practice, the rb6 does look to be the best drive around the whole circuit though so they shouldnt worry too much and just concentrate on doing what they need to do

richard

July 09, 2010 8:51 PM

michael. mclaren sandbaggibg??? with lulu sliding all over the track?? the only team who MAY have been sandbagging was hrt. they will spring a huge surprise tomorrow, when they grab pole!!!!

seriously though, i couldnt see anybody sandbagging. trying different set-ups, yes, but thats all!

Timmy - Unregistered

July 09, 2010 9:13 PM

McLaren were testing their new upgrades, they didn't do a performance run. This is part of the difference between a team that gets it's upgrades to work first time, unlike Mercedes and to a lesser extent Ferrari and Renault. If you wanna call that sandbagging then fine.

They sure were having problems with turn 11 though, but I'm sure it's nothing they can't handle.

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