F1 » 'Raw' Webber considering quitting?


Mark Webber: I think it's very early days right now, it's very raw, obviously, and we need to work out how the team goes best forwards from here

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RT - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 6:51 PM

Mie, very well said. Yeah I am sorry Webber but you were on the fresher tires. If you wanted it, why didn't you stay on Seb and try to get DRS on him the next lap? Seb was faster than you. Period. Are you crying and taking your ball and going home because they are being mean? Don't let the door hit you on the way out.

Me - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 7:13 PM

When you watch the race on tv- it' s racing itself and all the emotions the most important things you want.
No one knows what' s really going on within except the two involved drivers and the team of course, it' s their problem.
I think it was Mark who many times had to be nr 2 driver at the end of the seasons. He' s older, more responsible person, the team can always relay on him.
He is able to resign from his points when there's such a need.
It's normal he feels disappointed now couse Seb hasn' t done the same for him today. Seb is not a child if he races should take consequences for himself and the team he represents.
The problem is- Mark brings points but Seb brings victories, is better racer, driver.
I think both of them should change the team to prove they are good- especially Seb- and the victories are not just becouse of the fantastic car itself.

There should be two separate groups within the team, they could compete as drivers and small teams within the one.
It' s the owner

Alex - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 7:16 PM

Spot on, richard.

Silverstone 2011 : Mark ignored repeated calls not to race Seb who's car was damaged (by Alonso) yet he lined up the pass three times only for Seb to manage to hold him off.

After the race far from being angry at Mark, Seb just said "It was fun".

Same with Interlagos 2012, Mark's squeezing into Seb at turn 1 could have cost him his 3rd WDC, yet he showed no anger and just stated it very matter-of-factly.

So who is the bigger man?

martin - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 7:38 PM

Webber needs to man up and put him back in his box ,,,put him in the freeking pitwall ,,,then let the mangement sort that out !!!,,,,hey Christian , your cars are over there ,,,yes the ones that are on fire !
Ask yourself what would Senna do ?

Wacko - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 7:39 PM

Quit? I will be the first to acknowledge that Vettel's move was less than ethical! Inasmuch as Team orders in general are unethical. But what is he asking for? Does he expect the team to handicap Vettel to make up for this? A suspension perhaps? Dream on. Quitting in the face of adversity is something that Casey Stoner could give him some pointers on.

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