F1 » Webber maintains racing will be ‘hard and fair’


Mark Webber predicts a similar trend in on track action regardless of the FIA's reform of the 'one move' rule.

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ab - Unregistered

February 28, 2012 2:02 AM

Do I have this right - a leading car that is defending a corner on the inside, cannot move back to the outside immediately before the corner? if that's the case, that should open it up significantly for overtaking. The trailing car can hit their braking points without worrying about cruising into the car in front of them, perhaps doing the undercut or out-braking them on the outside. Currently, unless a car is well and truly beside the leading car, they risk getting taken out by drivers who aren't aware of their surroundings *cough* Lewis *cough*.

elijah

February 28, 2012 7:26 AM

Mark Webber can still be an F1 world champion.

If there is an underdog in this team it's definitely Mark, but it's up to him to challenge his preferred teammate like he did in 2010.

Mark, you can do it.

fosi - Unregistered

February 28, 2012 7:47 AM

yeah, tuff call by Tifosi. Don't know how he can be so sure when Webber was only one race away from being WC in 2010.

I recall people saying similar about Button and i think Webber is at least as good (albeit a lot older).

Anyway i really hope he does become WC cos he really deserves it. Go Webby!

breza - Unregistered

February 28, 2012 9:58 AM

If the tires will suit him, he will be breath away from Seb the Boring One. Old? Mansell, Fangio and Prost were much older when they won WC, right? Mark, more bite, less bark...Dig deep man...

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