F1 » Webber slates F1's lack of 'conscience' over Bahrain


Following the FIA's controversial decision to reinstate the 2011 Bahrain Grand Prix, Red Bull Racing star Mark Webber warns that 'F1 and sport in general isn't above having a social responsibility and conscience'

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DontTalkShite

June 06, 2011 7:09 AM

Well it's all looking clear as mud! Personally, they should have scrapped the round and reinstated it next year. I do not believe BE would have been penalised by sponsors or broadcasters as it was such an unforeseen circumstance. BTW, he can afford it anyway if they do!

Googolplex

June 06, 2011 1:07 PM

Richard and Sunny, you two both remind me so much of Mark Webber, which is a compliment because I am an unadulterated Webber fan. What I like about you two is the fact that your opinions on matters outside the technical are often the subject of overwhelming disagreement, yet you both soldier on with your arguments with true valour. These are true Mark Webber attributes and you should both feel justifiably proud!!

richard

June 06, 2011 2:17 PM

googolplex. i will have to take some time to work out if that is a compliment or not!
but some posters take a single minded viewpoint, after reading and accepting what they are fed y the media, which is often biased.
but there are two sides to every story and it seems to be only fair to hear the other point of view.
and as you will see, there are plenty of others who are equally liberal minded. the poll on crash.net shows a large majority in favour of the race, and i have only voted once (i dont think that it is possible to multi-vote). if the gp goes ahead as planned, i wonder will these "nay sayers" then accept that it was right. i expect not.
if the race is ultimately called off for safety reasons, i would of course admit that i was wrong.

youknowit - Unregistered

June 09, 2011 3:18 AM

Webber. One of the only people in F1 with any balls. Most of the others sit around kissing each others asses because they're too scared to speak up or express an honest opinion. What a joke.

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