F1 » Webber unfazed by Marko 'agenda'


Mark Webber has shrugged off the latest attack on his ability from Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko, saying he focused on the impending 2013 season.

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jenson - Unregistered

January 29, 2013 7:34 PM

Must agree with Marko Webber is not in Vettel's league, i would love to see a younger hungry driver at Red Bull.

Maybe Webber should look for new challenges thats within his capabilities and leave f1 to the likes of Jenson,Vettel,Hamilton,Alonso and kimi who can do justice with top cars.

prof-x - Unregistered

January 29, 2013 7:56 PM

the best thing that could happen to Webber is Red Bull having a car thats not as competitive as the other teams. We all saw how Webber was able to keep up with Sebastian before RedBull figured it out, if its like that the whole year, Mark might have a legitimate chance.

ghog - Unregistered

January 29, 2013 8:20 PM

I know Mark Webber is a great Grand Prix Driver, but not much of an idea who the gobby marko is. So What is gobby markos claim to fame then?

Pete - Unregistered

January 29, 2013 8:59 PM

My advise to Webber is, "Shut up and drive". Don't comment on Marko, don't comment on Vettel, dont' comment on Horner. Put your head down and drive for RED BULL RACING because ultimately, they sign your pay check.

Never forget who you work for.

Mark _

January 29, 2013 10:00 PM

@ghog - I didn't know much about Marko either so I went to Wiki. They have a good overview of his driving career. BTW the urban dictionary has a pretty interesting definintion of "gobby".

OzWatcher - Unregistered

January 29, 2013 10:45 PM

This has to be staged. How Red Bull can operate at 100% with this sort of disharmony is beyond me. Mark is an awesome driver in a very compeditive era and has led the championship at times in the last few years so who can argue with that. It's now plainly obvious that Red Bull have backed Sebsatian more so than Mark and they no doubt have their reasons. I'm sure if Webber had a truly equal footing in the team he would have done better but would he have won a championship? We'll never know. What I think is a huge shame is that Mark never went to McLaren as I'm sure he would have won championships in that car. McLaren has always rewarded straight forward hard chargers and not those who use politics to win. Go hard Mark! Go away Helmut!

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