F1 » Webber closes on new Red Bull deal?


Reports suggest Mark Webber could soon be offered a new deal by Red Bull to take him through to the end of the 2013 season

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cockroach

May 06, 2012 10:09 AM

@ I thought Commodore knew stuff, if you really believe that that the best thing to come out of Aus is Home and Away and Neighbours then you really are a Mug, maybe you should ask the thousands of Brits who now live in Gods country what they think lol, you are a funny guy!

CommodoreS

May 06, 2012 10:53 AM
Last Edited 812 days ago

Geez guys just logged on.
What a commotion.
Guys I am correct in saying what I did about Marks action and it is was late last year prior to him comming home for his holidays. I also pointed out it was not binding and no surety. In addition I also pointed out this was understood by Ferrari and was included in the documentation.
Mark was not the only one approached in this manner however the media have chosen to highlight Mark.
Mark was simply covering his future for 2013 and allowing it be known to RBR he was still a wanted figure in F1 despite Seb being a domination in 2011.
Its all called business and looking after ones self.
It has had the desired effect with RBR who now recognise Mark should not be taken for granted and need to shore up his future and continuance with RBR.
It is all very real and no fabrication.
Thanks Richard glad to see we are still Keyboard friends.
Also thank you to my other friends who can see commonsense in the whole scenario
As for the personal (Cont)

CommodoreS

May 06, 2012 10:57 AM
Last Edited 812 days ago

(Cont)

attacks on my credibility (Like water off a Ducks Back).

I honestly don't see the big deal in the whole situation.

The initial story came to light "I commented" to say it was correct and thence the second portion followed which I could not comment about originally due to confidence and trust. Once the secong portion came to light and was public knowledge I was in a position to expand on my original comment.

Now time for a beer after the weekend.A bloke needs one.

If you didn't know Richard Perth was on this Weekend
and was a proper mess.

The turkey - Unregistered

May 06, 2012 12:12 PM

@i thought commodores knew stuff: our hearts bleed for you, our tears fall like rain, the violins crescendo as our sadness fills the universe. Now as my wife would say, have a cup of tea and GET OVER IT

HigDog

May 06, 2012 12:53 PM

this entire thread is so stupid its almost painful.

the follow up article to the Ferrari rumor claimed that mark indeed had nothing in ink for next year, including RBR.

@TheTossFromEuropeAskingForMoney...
keyboard hero, thats all you are, come down here for a BBQ and a beer and we'll see you turn to water, ask for your money then..

FreeJack - Unregistered

May 06, 2012 8:45 PM

It is a reasonable conjecture that the Ferrari story may have been "leaked" for the purpose of forcing Red Bull's hand, when it comes to Webber's contract - showing them that he is still a commodity to other teams, therefore forcing them to put up, or shut up. They (and everyone else) know full well that neither of the Torro Rosso drivers are fit to carry Webber's jock, so they'd better hang onto him if they can. As for Webber, it behooves him to stay at Red Bull where he can be competitive. Being a driver for Ferrari may have some cache to it, but their 2012 car blows and being second fiddle to Alonso doesn't exactly seem like an upgrade to Webber's situation at RBR.

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