F1 » Brabham: Webber 'has blown' F1 2010 title chance


The first man ever to claim F1 World Championship glory for Australia over half a century ago - Sir Jack Brabham - fears his compatriot Mark Webber may 'have blown' his only chance of emulating that feat with his Korean error

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Sunbathgaylord - Unregistered

October 31, 2010 5:37 PM

What he's done by crashing last Sunday was like been an impeccable employee due for imminent promotion and in the final meeting to welcome him he goes and throws his laptop out of the window in front of the CEO.

He is a very good driver, though not a champ. A bit like in an office, there are lots of good employees, really good managers and those who are made for CEO positions.

James - Unregistered

November 02, 2010 4:51 AM

Hindsight both useless and obvious, what's done is done.

Here are the facts. There are 2 races left and 50 points up for grabs. Webber and Vettel are in the best car of the championship and are both in contention to win WDC. Webber is the more consistent of the two.

I also do not believe this is Webbers only shot at the title nor that he is going to retire. He's a better driver than Vettel. He's actually one of the best in the field.

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