F1 » Webber: In the end, you're on your own


Mark Webber has admitted that healthy respect for opponents, rather than friendship, is the key to success in F1.

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Julien22 - Unregistered

January 10, 2011 12:55 PM

I agree with you Mark, this is better than feuding like what happen at Mclaren with Alonzo and Hamilton, at Ferrari during the great Schumi years were Rubens was clearly a second fiddler, same also with Alonzo and Massa

CommodoreS

January 10, 2011 1:29 PM

Mark is presently under criticism from downunder
for his attitude and lacklustre approach to the end of the season.

The media are saying he was virtually resolved to the fact he would not be WDC and 2010 was an opportunity lost and a position he will not find again.

JoeS

January 10, 2011 9:26 PM

Thats not technically true. There are some great friendships on the grid. Mark isnt on his own, just the farce that is Red Bull team relations hasnt played too kindly with him. He merely feels like hes on his own.

falcon - Unregistered

January 11, 2011 12:31 AM

what a load of self indulgent drivel! MW get over yourself! you lost the WDC by your own hand, you distanced yourself from your own team with your own words, you claim to be a bloke who does his talking "on the track" - go do so then... or leave F1

Da Rock

January 11, 2011 1:04 AM

JoeS, if you're going to say there are some great friendships on the grid then not provide any examples you'r statement has no grounds for belief. Please provide an example some examples and how you know they are "great friendships"

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