F1 » Webber takes 'lot of positives' from third


Mark Webber believes that Red Bull Racing is in a strong position after taking second and third positions on the grid for the Brazilian GP at Interlagos.

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rob01

November 06, 2010 9:58 PM
Last Edited 1410 days ago

He is on the clean side but in the Hulk line. Should be a great first corner. A rookie trying to hold position and 3 vultures looking to chew him up. Wouldn't surprise me to see vetvet swerve and take out the whole front row. And yes Richard it would be the cars fault.

Fiat Baiter - Unregistered

November 06, 2010 11:08 PM

Even grid positions get the inside line at the first corner so...
Vettel overcooks his aproach and collides with Hulkenbug, Alonso moves over to block Barrichello and tries to pass Hamster. Webber manouvers to avoid the Vettel/Hulkenburg debris thus causing Hamster to lift and Alonso runs into the back of him. Barrichello, Kubica, old SmegHead, Massa and Petrov pile into remains of Alonsos car and Button (having had more time to react to the carnage in front of him) deftly avoids all the wreckage to emerge in second place behind Webber.

PINIO - Unregistered

November 06, 2010 11:13 PM

I had this feeling if I had to bet , I'd bet on Weber WDC. Now I'm positive that Alonso just lost it or is in great deal of trouble. He is not an impresive starter and 'there is Barichello , Kubica and Schumi behind him. If he loses positions in start Bulls will be out of reach. I suspect Hulk will surrender to Bulls pressure quickly but will be hard to pass for Alonso. Kubica was impressive all w/end , made small costly error and is right behind Alonso. If he jumps in front Weber is WDC

Matty - Unregistered

November 06, 2010 11:13 PM

@fiat baiter
hahahahahahaha thats tops!!!
But i think that hulk may go to block vettel and webber will get through and then depending if hammy or alonso get a agood start who will come through next!
Looking forward to the race though!!
Enjoy all!!

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