F1 » Webber miffed not to be on front row in Brazil


Mark Webber: I thought the lap would be enough, but we were a tenth off; it's always tight here in qualifying...

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CommodoreS

November 25, 2012 1:52 PM

So whats changed Rob

Its not stupid.

As long as I can remember Nark has been straight
to the point without Political Correctness.

He's not a Robot like some of the others who are afraid to speak the obvious.

He says it the the way it is the same as you /I and others.

splinky - Unregistered

November 25, 2012 1:54 PM

"MW is known to be a good team member, just because he won't move aside for his teammate doesn't make him any otherwise."

Read it 10 times and see whether it make sense to you

I remember last year during a race PC in which SV won and MW came in 3rd. MW was telling all the rival teams to up their game before his teammate runs away the title. Does that sound like a team player? Sounds bitter and selfish to me and MW is too old to change. Sad

richard

November 25, 2012 2:13 PM

webber says he will race, and so he should. until the time when it might be neccessary to get seb an extra point. but i reckon that he would be circumspect about close dicing with seb, and i also reckon that if seb needs a vital point, then he wont be found lacking. if he COSTS seb the title, then it would not surprise me if he was, in some way, shown the door. it is a TEAM sport, whether or not we like it, and he should put the team above everything else.

rob01

November 25, 2012 2:17 PM

How about the time Vettel flew off the track in Canada while leading the race. Button won. On podium Mark says the driver who deserved it more won. But then again since he can't beat Seb on the track he may as well talk a mean game.

Josh - Unregistered

November 25, 2012 2:27 PM

"Not moving to the side to help a team and team mate is fine. Announcing it at every turn is just stupid."

Journalists ask him the question, and his reply is the same as it always is. What's the issue here? Driver's don't just go about making statements of their own volition you know...

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