F1 » Webber: F1 is not a finishing school


Mark Webber says that drivers need to take responsibility for their actions on track before F1's luck runs out.

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ed - Unregistered

September 13, 2012 1:07 PM


Mark Webber, veteran Red Bull driver: "F1 is not a finishing school"

Helmut Marko, Red Bull Advisor and Franz Tost, STR: "Toro Rosso is our rookie training school".

jose - Unregistered

September 13, 2012 1:43 PM

Mark Webber,
" you don't have to be so desperate at the start"

I have always wonder about the starts in F1. Simple fact you cannot
win the race in the 2 or 3 laps ..Ending ones race at the first turn
turn is just unintelligent racing..Mr. Webber makes this point very
clear. Desperate, unsafe overtaking moves at the start have to come to
an end. Stewart's please take note.
Another good one from the #1 Australian, Spot on target.

Badman, Jose

blublz

September 13, 2012 1:51 PM

Maybe, the stewarding lacks a little something too, its no good turning a blind eye to an incident because no ones crashed, they decided that cars should stay within the confines of the track, yet in the belgian gp cars were constantly straightlining the exit of eau rouge

Dylan - Unregistered

September 13, 2012 2:25 PM

I've been having this same feeling lately but unfortunately drivers won't change and F1 will eventually run out of luck. 2014 specs will be like going back to the 80s' excitement but I fear it will bring along the dark side of the moon with it.

Mr Smith - Unregistered

September 13, 2012 2:34 PM

"Although he was not caught up in the mayhem at La Source, having made a bad start and slipped back down the field"

That was the best start I've ever seen Webber make! Starting 11th, jumped Vettel and a couple others before slowing and avoiding the crash to end up 8th. If there wasn't any contact he would've been in front of Vettel and a few others as well as the Toro Rossos who jumped Webber in avoidance mode.

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