F1 » Webber: Ferrari lost out in game of pros and cons


Mark Webber explains why head over-ruled heart in the decision on where to race in 2013.

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NotBadForNo2Driver - Unregistered

July 12, 2012 3:47 PM

In many ways, Mark Webber is like the 5 inch smartphone. Great show as long as the battery holds, and holds it does but only for a short time, and then a looong recharging wait before the brilliance can be enjoyed again! So, whenever I see a matured and brilliant Webber, I know for sure that there is adoloscence and indifference just a couple of streets away, and vice versa.

BullvsHorse - Unregistered

July 12, 2012 3:54 PM

@Taz,

I doubt there is a No.2 clause, for if there were one, Webber would have as well considered the one-year prancing around on the red horse, what with being even a simple cowboy beats being a top bull rodeo, hands down! right pardner? :-)

WC2012Pirelli - Unregistered

July 12, 2012 4:03 PM

Nobody's talking about the price. Would Montezemolo be willing to pay more for the RB secrets he could bring to the team, or the Newey design so sensitive for ReBull to care enough to offer more? Food for thought??

derth - Unregistered

July 12, 2012 4:26 PM

Basicaly.

1-Alonso will beat the crap out of me.
2-RB will never allow me to win a race and the title if I go to Ferrari.

For his sake I hope RB don't toy with him like they did in 2010.

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