F1 » Horner plays down Webber quit speculation

Red Bull's Christian Horner insists that emotion played its part in Mark Webber's suggestion that he may reconsider his place in F1 following the Malaysian GP.

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Pete - Unregistered

March 25, 2013 1:09 PM

Lol.... Webber wants to quit...... And turn down the millions he is going to earn in his last F1 season?

Put on your big boy pants Mark. Seb is a cold blooded killer, as are all WDC are the same. You had your chance to screw him in Silverstone 2011 and Brazil 2012 and it failed.

Now you can either go out there and wilt like a flower or step it up and become a killer yourself. But please don't whine and cry because this is a brutal business and at the end of the year, no one is going to remember Malyasia except you. We'll just count the points

babarazzi - Unregistered

March 25, 2013 1:15 PM

Webber has to take him out no question you can't let someone like sv do that and get away or he'll do it all day long. Hurt him the only place it matters points..
Vettels best bit of the race has to be when he's telling Newey he had to pass cause he was faster and Newey turned to him and said the data didn't support that... Sebs petulant face almost burst into tears, brilliant tv..


March 25, 2013 2:23 PM

I like Webber but both of the two posts on this thread are completely idiot! "Put your big boy pants on Webber" what is with the insult? Mark has been nothing but mature about this situation, put yourself in his shoes, he has not only felt screwed over by his team mate but also with comments of those from that tool Marko how would your confidence feel? Not good at all would it! Also think how Vettel would be reacting if Webber had done it to him, the toys would be out the pram.

Also suggesting that Webber should take Vettel out is ridiculous, what he should do is come back, even stronger and beat Vettel for the rest of the season!

Yak - Unregistered

March 25, 2013 2:32 PM

Webber has as far as I know made no mention of quitting. The quote was in response to a question of how the team would move forward and repair what has been done, and Mark simply said it's early days and that he was basically going to go switch off for a few days to let things settle down. All this rubbish about quitting is just media garbage, as per usual.

Peter - Unregistered

March 25, 2013 3:09 PM

We have the same situation again with Sebastion Vettell as with Michael Schumacher in which GP wins were stolen, are we going back to an era where the Germans wanted world domination?

Trays - Unregistered

March 25, 2013 3:18 PM

Vettel showed he has his own agenda and is only interested in himself. I feel sorry for Webber but he is going to have to play dirty now because it seems Vettel is so into himself that he doesn't respect the decisions of the team.


March 25, 2013 5:39 PM

Webber said the team would cover for vettel and that is just what they are doing. It seems the Red Bull team is OK with vettel's cheating, who knows, maybe they were in on it from the start? Oh and Mark, I don't remember Webber lying to vettel or the team about what he would do in the races at Adu Dabai or Brazil last year. You might review those race reports. He wasn't ordered to give way to vettel in either race. No, He was honest and said he would race to win, unlike the lie vettel told his team and teammate in Malaysia.

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