F1 » Stewart: Webber should stay with Red Bull


Jackie Stewart: Why should Mark change teams if he is currently in a winning position?

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jose - Unregistered

July 09, 2012 3:41 PM

Well some interview, I have to agree with Sir. Jackie
this is not the time in Webber's career to have to play
second fiddle to any driver, even Alonzo.
Irvine, Rubins and now Massa have played that game.
Methinks its time for Ferrari to stop this BS...

Badman, Jose

Darzetboy - Unregistered

July 09, 2012 4:28 PM

Cant really see the point of Mark staying one more year with Red Bull, just more of the same, drive a good car, maybe challenge for WDC, but Ferrari! most drivers dream, exciting and spritual, and methinks he'll go there, and he and Alonso are so on the same wave length. Money cannot be the issue, Mark has an agenda, and Ferrari is in the plan.

Jim Clausen

July 09, 2012 5:15 PM

It's fun to speculate about driver changes. Part of the appeal of F1 to the ardent fan. That being said, it's all but impossible to predict what Webber will do. He's in an enviable position enjoyed by few drivers. Sought after by Ferrari. Having Adrian Newey is of incalculable value. He has no peer in F1. The allure for any racing driver to drive for Scuderia Ferrari is very strong. Either way is a good choice, IMO. Nice place to be!

Liam48 - Unregistered

July 09, 2012 8:08 PM

Looks like I'm bot the only Scotsman that thinks Webber is one of the best out there, Jackie Stewart also believes he is and he has a better understanding and a more valid opinion of how good people are within the sport than us.

I have believed for a long time Webber was one of the best and I hope he can win the title this year after he should have won it in 2010.

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