F1 » F1 title contender Webber helps injured racer get back on-track


Red Bull Racing F1 star Mark Webber will give competitors the starting signal as members of the public are encouraged to team up with professional racing drivers in a special charity karting event to help raise funds towards the rehabilitation of injured Superleague Formula ace Chris van der Drift

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she - Unregistered

September 01, 2010 8:33 PM

In my opinion more than 80% of reaching the succes, no matrer what, is in sb's head. The rest is very hard work with a little luck.
It's bad times when you find who your friend is.

richard

September 02, 2010 10:51 AM

i am puzzled by your comment. here is a story about some good being done by a driver, and instead of praising webber for his efforts, you turn it into a sb story. (i presume that you are referring to vettel or could it be bourdais?).
so, good on webber for supporting efforts to return an injured driver, to normal life.

ps does nobody care enough to make a comment?

she - Unregistered

September 02, 2010 10:35 PM

why R U puzzled by my comment? (couse there are no except your and mine above)
I wrote that this boy's strong psyche (he wants and is sure he will) just will help him to come back to sport and life- it's very important and that he's lucky having friends supporting him in these hard times- he's not alone.
I think it would be out of "good taste" to praise Mark or anyone else for helping- i think sb's life is just too serious subject and if Mark supports him it's just becouse of his heart's need, doesn't need any praising.
You know, there are still many places when after having accidents sportsmen are left only on their own with no many, no other chances for living. Nobady cares when not scoring points, earning money, aren't famous..

she - Unregistered

September 03, 2010 7:05 PM

Richard, did you think that sb mean seb? Don't think so much- you were wrong if so:)
Next time just ask if you have problems with the text.
No, it means somebody just like sth means something.
English isn't my native, sometimes I have trouble with translating some words and acronyms too.
Anyway, thanks rob1- I would never strike this.

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