F1 » Webber 'has had worse days' than Canada


Mark Webber didn't exactly appear thrilled with his Canadian Grand Prix result - but as the Australian was quick to point out, he's had worse days in the past.

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1Jez

June 11, 2012 3:05 PM

"Scorching temperatures"? I thought I heard the commentators say it was 27degC. That's only "scorching" if you're Kimmi Raikkonen or a Pom.

:)

I thought Webber's race today was ruined by two things:
1. Poor strategy (also cost Vettel his one fingered salute)
2. RBR's apparent disregard for top speed on tracks where it matters. Obviously it doesn't matter at tracks like Monaco, however I'd be interested to see the stats on DRS assisted passes as I'm sure they'd be at the lower end of the ladder.

At Circuit Gilles Villeneuve grid position mattered little, as demonstrated by Vettel, Alonso, Grosjean and Perez.

sandra - Unregistered

June 12, 2012 12:29 PM

Mark is a hard character to fathom out,he wasn't too chuffed when he won in Monaco either.Also had a great start to the season when he thought he knew more about the car than Vettle did.He has one of the best jobs in the world but he's not exactly passionate about it when being interviewed.Cheer up mate your in a better position than Jenson at the moment.

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