F1 » Marko insists all is well at Red Bull


Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko insists all is well within the team despite the controversy surrounding the Malaysian Grand Prix

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uinthemirror - Unregistered

March 27, 2013 3:08 PM


@richard

"uin... dont start all that again.
how do you know that webber had turned down his engine
how do you think that webber was able to repel vettel, with a turned down engine
how do you know that vettel was not running the same map, after all, he didnt pull away."

Are you infering that the opposite was indeed the case or you're you're just positing a view and wishing it to be the case for your favourite driver?

richard

March 27, 2013 3:43 PM

uin.. no, i am asking legitimate questions. the answers to which only telemetry will disclose. nobody else knows the answers.

but you didnt answer the question about webber disobeying team "orders"

rudesound - Unregistered

March 27, 2013 4:22 PM

It seems that "Sebastian the Racer" in incontrollable! Does not bode well for the team in future races.....! "Hey Mark, Seb needs your help, ok!" NOT GOING TO HAPPEN!

Michael Dundee - Unregistered

March 27, 2013 4:57 PM

Seb has no worries as Mark's car is about as reliable as an old LADA.

Coincidence?

Remember when they were taking aero parts off Mark's car and putting them on Seb's?

Mark must feel about as welcome as a f@rt in an astronaut suit at times...

gazzah - Unregistered

March 27, 2013 9:05 PM

@richard.
Not sure why you ask about whether engines and when engines were turned down.
Vettel has admitted he ignored the order to hold station, look at f1.com for this, and "messed up" in his terms by ignoring the team.
The team have said they asked both drivers to not race once last stops were made, hence Horner saying Vettel was" silly".
The next time these two race like this, and they will, the team will be holding their breath even moreso, as any trust has gone right out the window.
Its good at least that Redbull are not the only ones likely to win for now, with Lotus most like likely to be a big threat, which is good for F1.

Dave - Unregistered

March 27, 2013 9:06 PM

Astonished that people on here believe SV will need Marks help. How many races and WC do each of them have respectively?

The issue is not SV or MW but the team management. Team orders second race into season for one, but more concerning, those orders favored the number 2 driver in a situation where he had worse tire/fuel strategy???

SV may be in WC hunt come year end because of HIS actions, but MW will be in the hunt due to his "pre-ordained" appointment within the management team and F1 bosses (hamilton directed away from MW seat....).

Those crying for SV blood simply ignore that MW is no saint himself and hes getting help that just shouldnt be there at that stage of the season.

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