F1 » Webber holds off Hamilton to keep podium place

KERS issue costs Mark Webber second at the Buddh International Circuit

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October 29, 2012 3:57 AM

Googol, what I said is my personal believe/opinion and what you said will not change what I believe, as in my opinion they (Lulu and Webber) are the two most effected by Vettel's success, that's because one is his direct team mate and the other is supposed to have been the second coming to God's green earth (at least according to some) but only ended with a gifted championship at the last corner of the last race in Brazil.
The one from down under is no match for Vettel no matter what people think or say as results are what counts at the end of a race or season.

Robwal - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 7:19 AM

Did anyone else notice how Webber's KERS problems suddenly materialized when he started cutting into goldenbaby's lead time.

Redbullmanureracing are a disgrace!

Just_Observing - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 7:35 AM

There is no REAL conspiracy... the basic fact is that Vettel is RB's golden boy and development of the car is totally focused on him and what he wants. This is even MORE obvious this year as earlier on in the season the car definitely didn't suit Vettel at all while Webber was able to make it work. As the season has progressed the car has been changed more and more to suit Vettel and Webber is back to picking up the left overs.

Though one does have to wonder WHY Webber's car suffers the most problems with the KERS if the cars are identical

Robwal - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 7:49 AM

Just Observing, you clearly need glasses.

Mark ALWAYS has the "faulty" KERS system along with the "faulty" gearboxes and Horner's all new coined phrase "engine hesitation".

When was the last time goldenbaby suffered from any of these.

Nuff said.


October 29, 2012 7:53 AM

Well done Mark. In the face of adversity, you never gave up. Also, was nice to see you thank the crowd from the podium. Humble as always, appreciating those who pay your way. Would be nice to see other drivers do the same.

silent observer - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 9:02 AM

It's got to be "the evil Dr Marko" in the background! lol

He is up to no good, while Horner and Newey are on the pitwall with their backs turned! It's got to be a plausible explanation - or maybe I've been watching too many cartoons?!



October 29, 2012 9:22 AM

Why didn't MW do last weekend what SV did this weekend - head straight into the path of the driver in second position into the first corner, completely blocking him? I'm a Webber fan, but Vettel did exactly what all race car drivers would do and cut straight across to block Webber. Yet last weekend Mark had a good start but just allowed Vettel to get to the corner first? Doesn't make sense....

Just_Observing - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 9:23 AM

Why is that almost no one on this site can express an opinion without the next one deciding to make some sort of personal attack on the prginal poster? Since this is an obvious needed trait of posters here I shall try to oblige

@Robwal - maybe you should borrow mine?... and perhaps I can lend you a few memory cells as well!... how come Vettel's had 2 alternator failures while Webber hasn't had any????... if the conspiracy BS is true wouldn't Webber have had them instead? Or perhaps is that Horner trying to make it look less obvious???

FFS grow up the lot of you

Andrew - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 9:31 AM

Mark ALWAYS has the "faulty" KERS system along with the "faulty" gearboxes and Horner's all new coined phrase "engine hesitation".

Vettel suffered KERs issue in Barcelona last season, this season the alternator issue only occured on Vettels car

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