F1 » Will Red Bull now back Webber?


Red Bull's double DNF in Korea will add to the pressure on Red Bull Racing to support Mark Webber's title bid, even though Sebastian Vettel remains in contention for the crown.

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Mark - Unregistered

October 25, 2010 9:03 AM

Poor Mark and he crash because of pressure from his team mate golden boy Horn's son. all Reb bull are behind Vettel (mr finger), you can see how Mark feels that is not fair. Christian Horn grow up and face reallity your boy have no chance this years it's all over for him so please give your suport to Mark otherwise it could some as 2007 when Hamilton miss his chance to be world champion.

nossnse - Unregistered

October 25, 2010 9:03 AM

ANSWER: NOPE!

Those who trust Webber for WDC are completely BRAINLESS...

He has demonstrated that he can't cope with the presure, therefore his unforced crash.

Now he is a man on a mission for the remaining races: make a kamikaze move on Fonzo's Ferrari while Sebastard gets all the way down to the tittle.


Cheers: nossense

ken - Unregistered

October 25, 2010 9:03 AM

They wouldn't back webber if he was 26 points infront going into the last race. Everything they have done this year has been so one sided its unreal

blzbub

October 25, 2010 9:25 AM

vettel shoud have been 60 points up on his team mate after the first three races , they could have openly backed him then but they didnt, failure to manage the drivers and select a team hierachy up to this point in the season has perhaps led to them losing the lead in the drivers standings, if they choose the wrong driver now they will just compound (m)any mistakes they made earlier, if they concentrate there efforts on the constructors race they should be able to win it from this point and they may gain the added bonus of the drivers title, concentrate on the drivers title could see them end the season with nothing

Mojo Jojo

October 25, 2010 9:45 AM

"They both still have a chance to win. Ask Kimi."

If you mean ask Kimi to take Mar's place next year, then, yes.

Because I don't think Weber will stay after the treatment the team have shown him this year.

Igor Brezovic

October 25, 2010 9:55 AM

Red Bull gives you...BULL. They will lose both titles thanks to their blindness. They should back up Webber around Silverstone, not in the last two races, when they already lost momentum to Ferrari. Marko and Horner will never make Webber No.1, math or no math. They are the main reason that Webber isn't WC already. He has to fight with his own team and the rest of the grid. That's the difference between Ferrari and Red Bull Racing. Big teams make big decisions. RBR just makes big mistakes.
Best car? Yes. Best team? NOOOOOOOOO......
Go Aussie!

hotrijder7

October 25, 2010 10:03 AM

Ferrari and ALONSO wil win both titles due to RED BULLS bad bull team management, MARKO and HORNER wil lose both because they backed the wrong BULL hahahahaahahah, WEBBER had the best chance and that has gone. Because of there stupid backing of VETTEL, who wants it all his way just like the other GERMAN driver Schumaker spoilt little german brats

Luigi - Unregistered

October 25, 2010 10:18 AM

Will the FIA punish Red Bull if they do now what Ferrari did in Germany?

Will we see english media talking about fair play and unworthy champs if that finally happens?

JJJ

October 25, 2010 10:37 AM
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Other media are already reporting that the answer is no. Vettel won't be asked to back Webber and as we know Vettel probably won't choose to do so himself. If anything, Vettel might choose to crash out of P2 is Webber is leading so FA can get a bit more points.

So it's official: FA will pick up a couple of third places and the WDC is his.

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