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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kiwibob - Unregistered

March 05, 2013 10:01 PM

Realist how can u be real when u not even registered and im sure mark will do the job again to keep the owner and team principal happy again and to be fair thatss all he needs to do

Googolplex

March 06, 2013 11:09 AM

Sorry for my late entry on this thread.

Great to see all the downunder crew back in full voice to support the man who is the first since Alan Jones to inspire a new legion of Aussie F1 fans.

Great weekend Commo. Looks like you guys have the package. Intersting times ahead.

CommodoreS

March 06, 2013 12:42 PM

@ Googs

Mate don't forget Daniel Ricciardo.

Mark flew in to-day for the Top Gear Festival
at Sydney Motorsport Park to represent Red Bull
together with Casey Stoner and Craig Lowndes.

Should be quite a event

And yes mate the voice of Australia will be heard.

As for us we done O.K. If Saturday had gone as planned if would have been the perfect weekend

jim crint - Unregistered

March 06, 2013 6:07 PM

@realist - you're a never was. You'll never get to drive an F1 car. Mark Webber has won 9 GPs, he's been driving in F1 for more than 10 years so people in this sport rate him even if you don't. To be top 10 in the world in any sport is an incredible achievement, show some respect!

Fairplayer - Unregistered

March 07, 2013 11:44 PM

Mark Webber wears his heart on his sleeve and is certainly not afraid to speak his mind.
Combine those attributes with his driving ability and it is plain to see why he is not only an asset to Red Bull but F1 in general.
It can also be said that his spot on the grid has been earned through sheer determination, experience and skill unlike some who have been 'parachuted' to the front.
It will indeed be a sad day when he retires.
I for one have nothing but admiration for him and regardless of weather he actually ever wins a WDC his legacy as a legitimate and fearless racer is set in stone.

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