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Helmut Marko says Mark Webber will be number two to Sebastian Vettel again in 2013

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superdowg316 - Unregistered

January 04, 2013 11:06 AM

When Mark keeps saying "There's equal treatment to both me an Seb" I always quote James Hunt and say "All I can say is BS" because despite Red Bull consistantly saying they give equal treatment, Marko goes ahead and says stuff like this. Hopefully Mark starts to not tolerate this anymore and really show his true potential.

Viv Hayes - Unregistered

January 04, 2013 11:16 AM
Last Edited 659 days ago

I think Mark is now just enjoying his drive knowing not matter what happens Red Bull will never give him a chance to be champion and just laughing all the way to the bank.
With or without a world title Mark is a better man than Vettel will ever be.

EDIT by CRASH.NET! Racial reference removed.

PhilPrew08 - Unregistered

January 04, 2013 12:09 PM

Halfway through the 2011 season Webber was contemplating on leaving Red Bull at the end of that season to seek new challenges while getting slaughtered by Vettel, to me that statement really summed up not only Vettel's superior talent regards his driving skills over Webber but also Vettels superior mind set over Webber and i agree with Marko more of the same for 2013.

Al Sim - Unregistered

January 04, 2013 12:15 PM

Hard nosed, no nonsense,I'll take no bull**** Ausie Mark Webber signs for for Red Bull for the 2013 season.
WHY? after the last four seasons the most he can expect is to be thrown a couple of bones and if he doesn't
know that by now he's not as savvy as I thought, so I ask again WHY???

kakao - Unregistered

January 04, 2013 12:49 PM

Viv Hayes

"With or without a world title Mark is a better man than Vettel will ever be."

What??? Who pushed his teammate to the corner in the very last race? Mark tried to sabotage Vettel. In 2010 he kept making Vettel looking like the bad guy to the media in an attempt to disturb him mentally.

Do you know them personally? I'm sure Vettel never asked for any priviledge in the team. He never shows arrogance, always respects his rivals, different from some other drivers.

richard

January 04, 2013 1:27 PM

its a pity that crash do not post the full interview. marko went on to say that rbr were very unhappy over webbers actions in brazil. and interestingly, after brazil, briatore (webber and alonsos manager) stated that the only driver who helped alonso was ....webber!
rbr are also saying that they are looking for hulk for 2014, so it looks as if webber may have cooked his goose.

whilst saying all that, the simple fact is that mark is just not as fast as seb, so it is entirely understandable that seb has earned the right to be classed as the team leader. every team has one driver who is better than the other and would be considered as leader. it is up to the other driver to assert himself and prove the team wrong. alas, mark has been unable to do that!

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