F1 » Webber hints he'll finish F1 career at Red Bull – but not yet


Mark Webber insists that with 2010 now consigned to history and relations smoothed over once more, he can envisage ending his F1 career with Red Bull Racing - but not yet

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Dee - Unregistered

March 07, 2011 12:40 PM

As long as the fire is there and he's in the fight, he should keep going. If Vettel does him over this season, then it will be time to move on. If it is as close this season as it was last, then staying on in 2012 sounds good to me.

dave calton - Unregistered

March 07, 2011 5:18 PM

Mark do your talking on the track,and make the idiots who write you of eat there words, i for one hope you beat the team pet, this season, here's to the next Australian world champion.

Liam - Unregistered

March 07, 2011 8:27 PM
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"Not being a team player"?

he took a lot of crap off Red Bull last season and he was still a team player. He was pushed around and had to defend himself in that team especially with Helmet Marko in that team defending Vettel, when Webber was in the right more often than not.

andrew this isn't the first topic today that i've seen you say something stupid in fact i see it a lot from you.

djnr - Unregistered

March 07, 2011 11:11 PM

I'm not surprised at the amount of biased support for a B-Grade driver like MW considering its a english site. but all in all he had by far the best car & team yet finishes 3rd in championship... Nice guy & all but not a very good driver. If anyone wants to debate lets go.

nowadays loyalty don't work already.
sebastian vettel has openly expressed that he one day would like to race for ferrari while the loyal mark webber still will not be recognized within the team.

life is just unfair, that's why i got to eat everyday without much work........

Andrew Hi - Unregistered

March 08, 2011 5:15 AM

Not a very good driver. Wouldn't you say he is one off the best 26 drivers in the world? I think you would have to put them all in the very good bracket. MW so far in his career has been able to out qualify all of his team mates except SB and the difference has been maginal at best. I am biased but I do believe the weight difference between the two drivers is why SB got the better results out of the two. If MW is not a very good driver, then the diffence between a very good driver (SB) and an average driver is very small. Just out of interest what would you call FM as a driver?

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