F1 » Webber: I clearly got outperformed last year


Mark Webber insists that he is working on the areas that let him down in 2011, and can't wait to get to Melbourne for round one of the 2012 F1 world championship.

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blzbub

February 14, 2012 12:33 PM

2011 German GP, pole position and podium for Webber, one of the few occasions where he maintained superiority over Vettel for the whole weekend, one weekend from the whole season isnt enough. Germany proved that he has the equipment to do the job, he needs to use the team rescources to better than Vettel , despite the fact that Vettel 'may' turn out to be an 'awesome' pilot.

Droog - Unregistered

February 14, 2012 12:55 PM

Like I said in the other thread on DM,
STARTS
STARTS
STARTS
Hook them up and he'll be in the thick of things.
Maybe not the best on the grid, but still a Massively Talented Driver.

Droog - Unregistered

February 14, 2012 12:59 PM

@blzbub
Yeah, good race, just watched it again last weekend. But MW didn't dominate, he worked hard for that win. That is his lot in life I suppose, but hard work has brought him to the pinnacle, here's hoping he can take the last step. Imagine him beating 6 WDC's and then having 7 WDC's on the grid in 13..

CommodoreS

February 14, 2012 1:48 PM

@ Richard:

"Everybody"?

Mate my opinion may not mean much but I think
from what Mark has said 2012 will be a repeat of 2010 with hopefully a reverse end resolt.

Not doubting the talent of Seb but this year with
the different regs and a engineer who understands
Mark we will see a very different Webber.

Their is still more to come on this article. Crash are releasing it in dribs and drabs which is their prerogative. The next portion should involve Ricciardo and the relationship that exists between he and Mark. It has been twisted to suit journalism.

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