F1 » Webber: Strong start will be vital

Mark Webber says a strong start to the Korean Grand Prix is vital after topping the times in qualifying - giving Renault engines a 200th pole in the process

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jose - Unregistered

October 13, 2012 9:48 AM

Webber have a go baby..Watch out for Vettel, keep an eye open..
Grosjean and Maldonado, should be No threat early on.
McLaren should be looking for a shipment of Renault engines
early next season. dealing with Mercedes next season may be a little difficult..do you expect team orders? I do!!

The badman, Jose

HRC - Unregistered

October 13, 2012 10:46 AM

jose havent u not heard macca might be running honda engines from 2014 have to say its just a rumor but might be why lewis jumped ship


October 13, 2012 2:32 PM

hrc. i saw the interview with takanobu. he did not make any comment about f1 other than when he was asked would they be interested in f1, he said that it was something that might come up in the future. so i doubt that macca will have a honda engine in 2014. gestation is too long. but they are considering wtcc.

jose - Unregistered

October 13, 2012 3:19 PM

Well all, McLaren best be looking some place, Cosworth, Ferrari, Renault or the local Fea Market. Its hard to believe that Mercedes will play second Fiddle to their own engines. One would have be Goofy as a fish packer at the Fulton market in Brooklyn. to buy that one..
Richard don't tell me about spec engines, or FIA requirements.
You can bet your ass Mercedes be out to win. Willing to bet
customer sales will come to an end. Honda, Toyota may fill
the void. You can bet they have test engines running right now.
Mercedes knows now they have a winning hand, many $$$
on the table. Do you really think they are going to race
against them selves, again?.. No way,



October 13, 2012 3:23 PM

All engines provided no matter the manufacture are all sealed and issued by FIA. Merc will want to supply as many teams with package as possible to offset cost of new formula.

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