F1 » Webber woe continues with Q1 exit

Mark Webber was a big name casualty of first qualifying at the European Grand Prix, joining some more familiar faces on the sidelines.

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cmc1 - Unregistered

June 23, 2012 2:44 PM

How is it one car can have a multitude of issues and the other, 10ft to your left in the very same garage, be 5 tenths faster the every other car on the grid and not an issue to be found?


June 23, 2012 3:01 PM

Shame for Webber, again,

Can anyone answer this?

DRS is an overtaking aid, it's use is limited to specific parts of the track during the race for "safety" reasons but unlimited in qualifying. Why is it deamed safe to use on any part of the track in qualifying but not in the race? Don't they usually push harder in qualifying?
Why have DRS in qualifying?

In fact why have DRS at any point?


June 23, 2012 3:06 PM

Commo, been very busy setting up my own business. Decided to put all my marketing and advertising experience to good use. Chucked in the DC (well, I'm still doing the odd shift for pocket money). I have been here, just quite sporadic.
Did you miss me mate:)


June 23, 2012 3:22 PM
Last Edited 1203 days ago

I did.

Even called into the D.C.

We need you mate. Times are desperate.

Where's the business. Hometown.

@Taipan. Mate I would suggest to avoid a repeat of rear ending although it hasn't prevented it. All for the show.

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