F1 » 'Fired-up' Webber 'has the right attitude', say F1 greats


When the going gets tough in Abu Dhabi this weekend, it will be Red Bull Racing star Mark Webber who rises above his rivals to clinch the F1 2010 crown, contend Sir Jack Brabham and Alan Jones

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blzbub

November 12, 2010 8:53 PM

webber has got this far by having a fight with his team mate, his team, ferrari and mclaren, he pulled up ahead of vett to do his practice start from slot 2 leaving the pole slot for seb, is he lulling vett into a false sense of security?

jess - Unregistered

November 12, 2010 8:54 PM


Well well, I guess we will see! You can also just say that the other are a bit more talented. They can show that little bit of magic Mark can't.

But a lot of factors will ultimately decide, hope to see Webber win it though. Please not Alonso, that would be......too amazing!

DontTalkShite

November 13, 2010 12:42 AM

I think Jones has nailed one of Marks best attributes. He's a fighter. He has not 'bought' his way into F1 and did it all the hard way in FIA Sportscars, F1 test driver, Minardi, Jaguar and Williams, and now finally sees himself in a competitve car. The person most likely to take someone out in a scrap is Vettel. This is going to be a ding dong battle. Best season for ages.

CommodoreS

November 13, 2010 1:40 AM

@ Richard

Mate I reckon your bias is seeping through.

Sir Jack together with his son David have
openly stated down here that Mark is in a
spot of bother and are not optimistic about
his chances as WDC.

On another thread you mentioned RBR were honourable in their approach.

Mate whilst we are both RBR real supporters we agree to disagree. Their management leaves a lot to be desired which can be traced back to Markus who has a another Aussie to contend with in Daniel Ricciardo.

Think about the last season and tell me I am wrong?

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