F1 » Webber slams 'first-lap nutcase'


Mark Webber has launched into a blistering attack on Romain Grosjean, calling him a "first-lap nutscase" and saying that the Lotus driver's performance is "embarrassing at this level."

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FreeJack - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 11:12 PM

What a take-out artist Grojean has become. Bust him down to GP3 and let him learn to drive. He just cost Webber any shot he had at making a run at the championship, this season...sitting in P2 and looking like he had a shot at a podium and win here. I'm furious.

FreeJack - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 11:14 PM

And some of these posts having the gall to blame WEBBER? Probably the same people blaming Schumi for rear-ending even when he said he had a brake issue. I'm sorry but when you rear-end someone without there being a mechanical problem, it's YOUR FAULT.

WylieCoyote

October 08, 2012 12:43 AM

"Aussie Whinge"???? I love the way the idiots who know nothing about the sport are the the first to bring up the nationality of the drivers as a reason for an accident or a comment. The only "Aussie Whinge" I hear is from people who cant stand a nation of miniscule population producing world champions in dozens of worldwide sports.

Corkey

October 08, 2012 12:58 AM

I think Grosjean and Maldonado share the same brain cell. You would think he would be extra careful on the first lap. He was obviously caught out by the fact Webber seemed to be a little slow, but he should be ready for that.

Vettel walked it, much as expected. Great result for Massa - he really needed that. And an amazing result for Kobayashi, especially at his home race. Pretty disappointing weekend for McLaren.

Tommo - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 1:05 AM

Grosjean is used to testing tyres...enough said.

Put him in a crowd and he is next to useless.

I would give most of my organs for those driving skills but common senes at his level is not an option. Unless your him.

biggerthinking1 - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 1:33 AM

"A few big guys". So webber thinks of himself as one of the big guys? YOU ARE NOT - YOU ARE A NUMBER 2 DRIVER - a B-GRADER - you won ZERO races in 9 years and 129 GP until you got the best car in F1 at Red Bull and even then you have been whooped 4 years in a row by your team-mate even though he has 10 years less experience.

Get over yourself you are a nobody.

WylieCoyote

October 08, 2012 1:45 AM

So Webber is given the best car on the grid because he is not one of the best drivers in the field? Red Bull chose the "B" class Webber over all these other "A" grade drivers? Well isn't Red Bull silly. They should have asked your opinion on who should be driving their car. You obviously have more idea than the idiots investing tens of millions of dollars in the sport. Of course Webber had nothing to do with developing the car to its current standard. That was done by the magical Red Bull fairy. Silly Ferrari! They were also pursuing this B class driver. They know nothing either.

jumbobet - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 2:53 AM

Webber is not a top driver, he's just a good one.

last year he had the best car by 1 second per lap and he won only the last race because Vettel let him...

GET FK REAL YOU FANS

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