F1 » Mateschitz: Webber will get equality

Dietrich Mateschitz has promised that Mark Webber will have parity with Sebastian Vettel in 2012.

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Vamsi - Unregistered

February 14, 2012 9:25 AM

Yeah yeah.. we heard the same thing from Hroner. Will see what you will say to Webber thru radio when he tries to overtake Vettel...

No one can be like team McLaren...

CHRIS - Unregistered

February 14, 2012 9:37 AM
Last Edited 1542 days ago

what BS is that!..WTF to that!!..let see how this season goes with rebull SV 1st and the other rivals are gaming up and pushing hard and forward too..shall we see another boiled up with rebull this season?..yep! fans will get their money worth!..with rebull fighing among other cars

me - Unregistered

February 14, 2012 10:02 AM

he was never treated as such there so why should they start now ? this is just talks for the media, rb were always preaching one and doing another, mr marko and horner know how this must be done, we all saw how mark had to play decoy in 2010 for alonso so that vettel to have a shot at the championship and this when mark had fighting chance for the title, so keep it for yourself mr energy bulls#!~


February 14, 2012 10:27 AM
Last Edited 1542 days ago

The fact is this is Mateshcitz talking, not Horner or Marko, so I am minded to be less cynical than some of the above posters. We will know after the first few rounds if he is true to his word.

I think Mateschitz does see some marketing value in having a driver who seems to represent many of the qualities they wish to be associated with the Red Bull brand, and who is liked for the most part in the UK, US, Oceania and Asia, being successful under the Red Bull banner.

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