F1 » Horner: Webber has exceeded all expectations

He might be repeatedly accused of favouring Sebastian Vettel, but Christian Horner has issued glowing praise of Mark Webber's performance in F1 2010 as he revealed his hopes that Red Bull Racing can echo Spa by exceeding expectations at Monza

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Hornered one - Unregistered

September 02, 2010 11:17 AM

Horner is doing a fantastic job of actually being more dislikeable than the vile arrogant Cheat Teflonso Alonso, an almost impossible task, but one that he is doing his very best at.

Will he get the sack if they again fail to win SFA with the best car out there ?

Their drivers are good, but not exceptional, Button and Schumi have shown what great Champions do with dominant cars.

stone - Unregistered

September 02, 2010 12:03 PM

Given he has had to miss the nail tracks in the road the management has laid out, their public dishing of him and to actually keep his mind and race as well....I'd say it was a pretty good feat.

Now we will wait for Marko's praise...ha, ha


September 02, 2010 12:29 PM

This title fight is a straight fight between RBR and mclaren regardless what happens at the motor sport council meeting (which i believe it will only be a suspended ban or something like that). Ferrari have been inconsistant all year and its not going to change. What makes this exciting is that some tracks will suit each contender more meaning it could go down to the wire???

Harvey - Unregistered

September 02, 2010 1:47 PM

I think the second comment by Fox might have meant that Schumacher and Button never had the same intra-team competition - both Vettel and Webber are very quick drivers pretty closely matched in speed (people seem to forget that Webber had been qualifying bad cars way higher than they should have been for years, e.g a Jaguar on the front row - with a good car he could match most drivers). This is different to Schumcher, who had team orders with a team mate not allowed to race him, and Button had at best a solid team mate in the twilight of his career.

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