F1 » Webber: I’m not ready to retire


Mark Webber says he isn't ready to consider retirement despite his position as the oldest driver on the F1 grid

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FreeJack

March 04, 2013 8:05 PM
Last Edited 543 days ago

Here here, Mark...keep winning, keep scoring points. Your fans would love nothing more than to see you take a real shot at the championship, this season. Spend the time between now and race day figuring out how to solve the problem with your starts...whatever it is.

EDIT by CRASH.NET! Allegation removed

CommodoreS

March 05, 2013 1:56 AM
Last Edited 543 days ago

@ sutil is back

Nothing to defend .

Marks statement speaks for itself and I share his
views.

Marks also keen to tick the box at Melbourne where we can all determine to some degree the standings
of Infinfinty RBR and Mark's competitive nature.

Age is only a number.

If Mark is fit and keen together with being welcomed
I share his optimism

DTN: Just seen your comment. Thanks. Its been a hard road with a pleasing result. Lets hope it continues




EnRiCo47

March 05, 2013 1:57 AM

Mark retire ? would you if you were him ?!
He is driving the best he has ever driven, getting his his biggest checks ever, and in a dream car,.. after all being N 2 to Vettel does not sound that bad !!

realist - Unregistered

March 05, 2013 2:54 AM

What a joke. Webber is a never was, not even a has been. He still runs off at the lip like he an actual top 5 driver year after year, Mark get a clue, you're only wonderful in your own mind!!

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