F1 » F1 2010 POLL: Did Red Bull treat Webber unfairly?

Vote in our latest F1 2010 poll and have your say now on if you think Red Bull Racing's Mark Webber was unfairly treated by his team following 'new front wing-gate' on Saturday.

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Timmy - Unregistered

July 11, 2010 8:21 PM

This is a no brainer.

They took the piece off Webber's car!

When Vettel's wing broke they should have fitted the old one and sent him on his way. There was no decision to be made, there was nothing to think about. If you are treating your drivers equally then the thought of taking the other driver's wing wouldn't even enter your mind.

sg - Unregistered

July 11, 2010 8:25 PM

"I had some good battles today,"
said Sutil, "but the last one was not
fair. Sebastian pushed me off the
track and I lost seventh place.
"It's annoying. I don't think that's the
way you have to pass with a car
that is two seconds faster," he

Eagle - Unregistered

July 11, 2010 8:36 PM

You're in trouble when you believe your own rhetoric and Horner is in a spot of bother. He appears to be bowing to his pay masters preferences whilst trying to pretend that he isn't. It is a little insulting on our intelligence.

e1 - Unregistered

July 11, 2010 8:58 PM

Vettel is only good when his finger is up. He doesn't know how to overtake. Look at the many overtaking fumbles he made today (not to mention Turkey). Webber treated unfairly? - YES. Right thing for Red Bull to do? - YES, so that it would help others to win.

anna - Unregistered

July 11, 2010 9:11 PM

Redbull had mix strategy, if not, they would put both cars in soft tyre. I don't think it's the matter of just or unjust, **** happens and life is never fair, Webber just needs to grow up. McLaren did the same for Hamilton yet his team mate didn't felt betrayed like what Webber felt. And to you who think you just and despice Vettel as reckless full of bad trick kind of driver who doesn't even know how to overtake, you should realize that he climbed up 13 positions from 24 after he had the puncture and still could bag some points! If every driver could do that, we would have much more interesting F1 than what we have now.


July 11, 2010 9:21 PM

however they want to treat him, he kept his response untill after he got the job done, hes upped his game, the whole team now need to up theirs, almost as good a response as 'the finger' x 2

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