F1 » Webber: The right decision was made


Mark Webber: It's probably not the best time to go there for a sporting event. They have bigger things, bigger priorities.

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DontTalkShite

February 22, 2011 11:29 AM

Well well well, the silence has been broken. Thank God a driver or some sort of rep. has spoken up. Coz everyone else now seems soft. MW has been the only person within the whole of F1 to make a statement. The bloke just goes further up in my book!

CommodoreS

February 22, 2011 12:11 PM
Last Edited 1340 days ago

Whats your problem J.

Take objection to a opinion.

Drivers should voice their view and stop
being politically correct

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j - Unregistered

February 22, 2011 8:20 PM

I love to hear what mw says , they should have a mw comment section on every story, i want to hear what he feels about everything. I live for mw , he is the best driver and we should consider ourselves lucky to be living at a period of time to see him race ,breath , comment ,yaaaa mw

Greg - Unregistered

February 23, 2011 1:31 AM

Geesh andrew we get it, you hate MW because you believe he has a big mouth and was only a mid pack driver until he got to RBR...Just wondering in which of the pieces of ****e he had before RBR do you believe he should have gotten better results out of? and maybe if he just spun the PR cr@p that every one else offers the media would stop caring about what he has to say.

Googolplex

February 23, 2011 3:20 AM

Well said Richard.

Back to topic, as an MW fan I do sometimes shudder at his need to keep commentating on things, but that is just him. He is an up front 'this is what I think warts and all' type of person. I think we probably know him better than just about any other driver in F1 because he doesn't hide his thoughts from the world. No doubt life would be easier for him if he had sometimes refrained from making some comments. He isn't stage managed like some of the drivers.

Jez - Unregistered

February 23, 2011 3:23 AM

For all those MW haters posting on various articles pertaining predominantly to MW's opinion (how stupid are you lot - may I suggest not reading said articles if you find them so unbearable?) - I'm beginning to form a theory on why we read the headline "Webber: (insert topic unrelated to race results here)" so often.
When the motorsport media are gagging for a printable comment from someone, anyone, within F1 I expect they are now just bypassing the watered down Diet-Coke version of racing drivers in Hamilton, et al. in favour of someone who will actually speak his mind and call a spade a f-ing shovel.
I can't see MW calling a press conference to give his opinion on all and sundry. I can, however, see him being approached by reporters from all over the place with questions beginning with "How do you feel about..." because they know they'll get more of a response than a thinly veiled attempt to protect one B. Ecclestone's interests (I'm looking at you, Vettel).

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