F1 » Webber: Red Bull 'chemistry' has made me stronger


F1 2010 World Championship leader Mark Webber contends that the issues he has encountered at Red Bull Racing this year have only served to make him stronger - as he hinted, tongue-in-cheek, at a secret weapon for Korea this weekend...

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huge - Unregistered

October 22, 2010 2:28 PM

Anyone who struts around after a win with his finger stuck up in the air deserves a whole lot more stuck up his *rse. Please Mark, win the title. Talent should always win over corporate b*llsh*t!

dietre - Unregistered

October 22, 2010 2:38 PM

Mark Webber hah TALENT hahahaha, I cant believe that putting a finger up signaling '1' is against so many people, its like an unholy sign or something. Personally I dont care bout a finger, whats so evil about it? Better that than hopping out of the car and just going to the podium with a Raikkonen look on yer face.

Rattlehead

October 22, 2010 3:38 PM

@ dietre.Personally I find "the finger" slightly irritating,but I think that some see it,rightly or wrongly,as a sign of arrogance.Wasn't Hamilton criticised for arrogance,rightly or wrongly?
And I'd rather see the Raikkonen approach.

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