F1 » Webber: A repeat of 2009 would suit me just fine!

Whenever he has made an error this season, Mark Webber has generally rebounded in style next time out - and following his Korean crash, the Red Bull Racing star knows he needs to score big in Brazil this weekend

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sixtenths - Unregistered

November 02, 2010 10:51 AM

Neither RBR driver, or the team for that matter, has made the most of the best car out there. Don't get me wrong, they are very good, just not really WDC deserving drivers. Both make too many mistakes, Vettel may well grow out of it, Mark has not.

Interlagos is going to be a wild lottery, added to the mix several drivers could snatch it, so are under massive pressure, as a fan it should be entertaining.

Mojo Jojo

November 02, 2010 11:39 AM

I completely agree with Mark. I think Red Bull will come back strong after the last disaster for the team.

Will be between him and Vettel. Unless the young lad decides to finally help his teammate.

Because a Brazilian will surely help his. Ask Rubens and Felipe.


November 02, 2010 11:40 AM

I expect to see a very strong showing from rbr this weekend because apart from the long start/finish section the rest looks like the RB6s territory. However i expect alonso to be right on the rbrs gearboxes and also mclaren may come with more pace.


November 02, 2010 11:57 AM

red bull drivers could have interlagos to themselves, again leaving alonso and hamilton leading the chasing pack, which has been the story of the season so far, still five drivers have a mathematical chance, elimination time is here


November 02, 2010 12:04 PM

sixtenths. how can you say that vettel and webber would be "undeserving wdc". whoever of the top 5 finally is victorious, will be full deserving of the title, unless there is some serious messing with the results. the wdc is the person who finishes the season with the most points.
good luck to all 5!

Mr Caffeine - Unregistered

November 02, 2010 12:07 PM

Having read the title just know. Now my prespective from mark webber was right, he has no commitment at all and thus needs motivation to fight. then again he is just satisfied if he finish in the championship ranking to be 2nd or 3rd?. So its fine for you to make you as a supporting role for vettel then? although you will contradict to it. I dont care about this boy anymore

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