F1 » Webber signs off with slating of Armstrong


Mark Webber reflects on the fall from grace of former friend and occasional riding partner Lance Armstrong.

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Luke - Unregistered

January 31, 2013 12:30 PM

Im just going by what it says on the wiki page(qoute from his wikipedia page) and he also agreed to take on team boss Flavio Briatore as manager in return for finance for a further F3000 season. Webber was replaced as test driver for Benetton for 2002 by Fernando Alonso, but Briatore managed to secure Webber a contract to race alongside Alex Yoong in the Stoddart-owned Minardi team, making him the first Australian in Formula One since David Brabham in 1994

memph - Unregistered

January 31, 2013 3:32 PM

Well Mark, it would have shown more inegrity (and balls) if you'd made such statements at the time, instead of waiting until Armstrong has been nailed and become public enemy #1. Bandwagon jumping maybe?

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