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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jumbobet - Unregistered

September 14, 2012 12:01 AM

@ dcts46

i'm looking stupid because you disagree with everything i said?! wtf, that's an interesting comment.

"46" valentino rossi number, not surprisingly. only the greatest can afford such arrogance

- i propose a police car during formula 1 races to stop Lotus drivers to make passes, so dangerous!

freddie - Unregistered

September 14, 2012 1:50 AM

Having a front roll hoop isn't going to change the precision of these cars. They are still going to be the best cars to race so what is Mark on about?


September 14, 2012 1:58 AM
Last Edited 1245 days ago

So Taipan ..am i correct to assume that your message to Jumbobet @@@ is similar to mine..........


In proportion to its strength, following, speed and road rules..in my opinion a car is safer, or most of us would have being pilots...we are chickens basically.


September 14, 2012 5:35 AM
Last Edited 1245 days ago

@ feck (11 Hours Ago)

No it is certainly not a disagreement.

Its all representative of the topic as
to the safety platforms and precautionary
methods as to a Drivers welfare.

Are we selfish to compete in Motorsport. I don't
think so providing it is a common family interest and
not for self indulgence.

Our category competes on a International basis and will be doing moreso in 2013 and beyond.I have seen the death and injury of mates however safety measures are diminishing matters of this nature. We are also FIA affiliated and require to abide by there guidelines.

Enrico who are you referring to as reaching 100?


September 14, 2012 5:45 AM
Last Edited 1245 days ago

Not you Commodores,..to people who dare to compare the relative safety of our cars with the rockets of F1., because that s what they are.
If we close them we do it at the expense of visibility, but what happened to Massa will happen again'', Alonso could have easily lost his life the other day.

If cars start to get in a street situation by colliding with each other they are very vulnerable

Commodores @@@ in the Ch 7 news there was a talk about when to test older driver and they interviewed this man, as bright as anything who would have turned 100 yesterday or today and held his licence for 85 years without getting a single ticket,..he took the reporter and the cameraman for a drive, and you could tell he still had an eye for the girls.

ricmcl - Unregistered

September 14, 2012 8:43 AM

Crash, Mark did not get a bad start in Spa, he had a grid penalty for gearbox and actually got a great start to pass Vettel on the way to the first corner who was several slots further up the grid. Monza was another shocking start for him. Accuracy please.

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