F1 » Webber: The gap is going the right way


Mark Webber extends his championship lead and admits he is pleased that his advantage

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rob01

October 11, 2010 5:20 PM

The gap could have been much bigger if Red Bull backed Webber. They are still pulling for Vettel. 2 races in a row where webber COULD have had more points. Hopefully supporting Vettel doesn't come back to bite them.

John Button - Unregistered

October 11, 2010 6:09 PM

Hardly. Jenson has hardly showed his hand yet. Fact is that in the next 3 races, I fully expect Mr Button to win all 3, and employ his heavies (Messer's Trulli, Glock and Heidfeld) to block or strategically eliminate the other competitors.

He's been toying with them all season just to make it look interesting. Mark my words, when Jenson wants to win, he wins. And he wants to win. Bad. This is all part of his mindgames - lull everyone into thinking they have it in the bag and BAM - next thing they know he's mugged them and will hold aloft the trophy as a double WDC.

Taz

October 11, 2010 6:41 PM

@rob

I'd say fair plays to red bull for giving each driver a fair stab at the WDC given what's happened this year actually unlike a certain red team.

If they win both titles they'll have deserved it.

Taz

October 11, 2010 7:05 PM

@rob

Very true. Same could apply to McLaren in the past but I prefer it to been too manufactured, such titles will never mean to those of us who remember although they all count.

Nothing wrong with helping your team mate in the last race or two if it means them winning the WDC.

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