F1 » Webber extends championship lead – again


He may not have won, but second was still good enough for Mark Webber to stretch his championship lead from 11 points to 14.

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DeeTee

October 10, 2010 8:48 PM

Anyone else get the feeling that while he would like a win, Webber is happy to keep collecting good points and only get aggressive when it is needed. I believe he has the smartest approach to the championship since the summer break.

DeeTee

October 10, 2010 8:48 PM

Anyone else get the feeling that while he would like a win, Webber is happy to keep collecting good points and only get aggressive when it is needed. I believe he has the smartest approach to the championship since the summer break.

frank wank - Unregistered

October 10, 2010 9:01 PM

J BUTTON "Its sure a good thing the FIA tested the floors and wings on the Red Bulls to slow them down" Nice try Jensen..he gave about four interviews patting the FIA on the back..Maybe he was trying to shake them up hehe. Looked like a cake walk to me..Were the RBulls even pushed?.. Looks like they had lots left.

FreeJack - Unregistered

October 10, 2010 11:26 PM

Webber wants to win, he's a racer...I don't think he's just going to be satisfied coming in second or third in the remaining races, although he'll be happy to maintain a points lead in the championship. He was right though, Vettel was just a little bit faster at Suzuka. Not much...just enough.

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