F1 » Red Bull slam Berger for 'absurd' Webber slur


Springing to the defence of Mark Webber, Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner has blasted as 'ridiculous' claims from Gerhard Berger that the Australian tried to take another driver out with him in his accident in Korea

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rbr46

October 27, 2010 5:32 PM

Even if he took alonso or hammi out if it wasnt for sebs engine blow out he be behind in the championship. Only webber himself knows what he was or wasnt trying to do. Anyways he needs to win 1 of the final 2 races so dont expect anymore of these ludricous stories.

50 Cent - Unregistered

October 27, 2010 6:31 PM

Berger's native newspaper Worgl Zeitung says that Gerhard claims that Webber is moving to Ferrari next year but he needs to eliminate lulu from this years contention, thus Webb was reall aming for lulu in order to get the Ferrari seat.

Magician - Unregistered

October 27, 2010 7:26 PM

The only odd thing that happened to do with the accident - which is what the collision, not Mark hitting the wall, was - and occurred to me at the time was why did Rosberg go the way he did ? He should have done what every race driver learns, aim for the spinning car, it won't be there when you are. If he had he would not have been anywhere near the Red Bull. Watch it again. When the two cars collided, they were both on the grass off the left side of the track. Nico had the time to work out which way to go, so I don't understand the choice he made.

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