F1 » Newey hopes Vettel will be 'magnanimous' if needed

Red Bull Racing chief technical officer Adrian Newey implicitly calls upon Sebastian Vettel to yield to his better nature - and to team-mate Mark Webber - should circumstances require it in Abu Dhabi

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warwick - Unregistered

November 11, 2010 3:55 PM

I have to say, despite being a Crash reader for about 5 years, and even working with some Crash journalists in the past, the quality of journalism in the F1 section has plummetted. "Sources close to...", "There are some that say..." and the desperate extrapolation of controversial meaning from innocent quotes are journalistic tools usually found only in the red top rags that rely on tale-spinning to be read

The Legendary T.A. - Unregistered

November 11, 2010 4:23 PM

The powers at Red Bull do Not want Webber to become champion , if they really did then Vettel would have moved over last week.Would not be surprised if Vettel pulled a Nelson Piquet stunt to scupper his team mate , the little sh+t is well capable of it.Red Bull have sick attitudes at the top of management and ownership

lolan - Unregistered

November 11, 2010 4:45 PM

amazing! they says they will let their drivers to race each other no matter what..at the same time they want them to help each other...You guys are no better than ferrari..Admit it Mr. Newey!!

Ferrari_Forever - Unregistered

November 11, 2010 5:04 PM

whos ready to hear radio calls to mark webber. " Mark your engine is to hot. and your front brakes are getting too worn, and your tires are wearing to fast.." hahah i could see this happening

Kiran Patel

November 11, 2010 5:11 PM

I think Vettel will move over magnanimously - if he needs to. You have to take in to account that while both drivers can win the championship, they have to play to the whistle.

Red Bull should be applauded for this as it's really set up for a riveting weekend. I won't be missing a rev for sure.

However, it has been said and must be reiterated that I am sure if it was Sebastian in the better position, Mark would have already been in a subordinate role. Sad but true.

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