F1 » Newey hopes Webber stays put at Red Bull


Helmut Marko might not be quite so keen, but Red Bull Racing chief technical officer Adrian Newey admits he hopes Mark Webber remains on-board at the team into a sixth consecutive campaign in F1 2012

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Taz - Unregistered

May 19, 2011 1:15 PM

@Wade

DC also made a fair contribution to helping get RBR racing established.

Think he should get another year, why not, his driving from 18th to 3rd was outstanding.

Googolplex

May 19, 2011 1:40 PM

Newey's public vote of confidence is reassuring for Webber fans like me and suggests he is providing his engineers with valuable feedback which benefits the team as a whole. I also sense that his relationship with Seb has improved significantly from last year, despite his 'foot in mouth' episode after the race in China.

CommodoreS

May 19, 2011 2:24 PM

@Acetylene.

Horner is a good team manager however is a puppet
to other people instructions.

Newey is not and is a free agent to express his sole opinion.

Googs Marko has been pretty quite so far. Wonder why. I suppose because his boy is winning and he is receiving ample man hugs or is he in the naughty corner until he accepts RBR as a team.

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