F1 » Anderson: Webber could have helped Vettel more


Gary Anderson says Mark Webber could have helped Sebastian Vettel onto the podium in Monaco

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Not_the_real_JB - Unregistered

May 29, 2012 3:15 PM

Get real..even if Webber had backed up the pack more, there was about 1% chance that vettel would have been able to overtake anyone!!!

The BBC really has a very bad F1 team now, only DC and the lovely Leigh Mackenzie are any good. SKY F1 HD all the way!!

Jules - Unregistered

May 29, 2012 3:18 PM

Gary Anderson, you are so full or crap. Why should Webber back off to help Vettel??? That is silly..Webber is in the hunt for the WDC..it is not in his interest to help Vettel get more points to compete with him while Webber still has a chance of winning the championship. If Vettel ends up winning Webber by 1 point when the seasons ends, he will be regret it and Vettel is not going to thank Webber anyway. Afterall, every driver is it to win the WDC...your analysis is complete bs.

elijah

May 29, 2012 3:18 PM

Even when Webber trounces the field and could have done so by a larger margin,he is viewed by some as having to be a kind of sacrificial lamb to Vettel. I agree with you Taz, why the hell should he!

richard

May 29, 2012 3:57 PM

towards the end of the race, webber was the slowest of the top four cars. he wasnt backing the cars up to help seb, it was just that his tyres were going off. but due to the wll known problems of passing at monaco, there was absolutely no way that alonso, rosberg or vettel could have even attempted a pass.
in that respect, even though the atmosphere is great, monaco is not a race! even dc will confirm that, and look how button could not get past a caterham!

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