F1 » Horner: Webber will race in China, won’t quit F1

Christian Horner: Mark knows there was no conspiracy within the team

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Kiko - Unregistered

March 30, 2013 9:41 PM

Mark was always going to race. From what we see of him, he is clearly the guy who would want to go straight back onto the track and put Seb in his place. Mark isn't the kind of guy who would go home and sulk, he's an Aussie!

Will - Unregistered

March 30, 2013 10:00 PM

To Mark Webber
As i watched the race i didn't think there was no need to carry on the way Webber did.You are not good enough to be a world champion, You have the best job in the world you get paid more for one year than we get for a life time you should where a dress you are a girl, Horner should get rid of you and give the car to Kimi Raikkonen and he would show you what a good car can do as he can drive you are just making up the numbers..Will

Super Cooper - Unregistered

March 31, 2013 12:42 AM

Why is the new crash.net annoying to use on iPhone?

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wims - Unregistered

March 31, 2013 7:45 AM

If your boss tells you to do something and you do the opposite then there will be consequences. Generally people get fired from their job for that, or at least heavily reprimanded. RBR brass needs to put the foot down and suspend Vettel for a race so that he understands that they mean business.


March 31, 2013 9:53 AM

Wims, RBR are not intended/have no intention to be in the business you wish them to be “that they mean business”.
Mark Webber, father Alan and Mark's supporters are kidding themselves/living a dream big way when they fall back on RBR owner and Horner support for Mark as the first is a rich hypocrite who fully intends for his team to be run in the exact way it is run and the second one is not only a hypocrite but also a lapdog. Marko is a cold blooded ruthless person but at least Webber knows for sure where he stands with him as he knows of no other way but to say it as he feels it.
Mark seems to be content with all this as he is willing to stay for as long as they will keep him.

number 46 - Unregistered

March 31, 2013 2:31 PM

i think that MV (in the end) didnt have the pace to keep SV (he said it on the radio that MW is to slow) behind him and his ego got bruised so he moan and moan no problem, if he is so fast he has the car and the pace to beat SV in the championship so do it be faster its simple as that. and for that dangerous maneuver i think MW on deliberately put him self in the middle of the track so SV would have hard time passing him because SV had the speed on the straight to make a clean pass!!! i watched that race now 5 times in my eyes SV did the write thing., i am a kimi fan!!! so i am not defending anybody i just write what i see!!!

Silver Arrows - Unregistered

March 31, 2013 5:27 PM

Come on Mark, surely your not considering leaving Red Bull over multi 21? The fact is car 1 was faster than car 2 or the driver in car 1 was quicker than you so stop whinging, the last time you threatened to leave was when you took a severe beating by Vettel with you both driving the best of the Red Bull cars the RB7, I think it was you trying to find a new challenge even though being stuffed by Vettel.

DeepCoveDog - Unregistered

March 31, 2013 6:55 PM

Stop acting like the spoilt kid! And the reporters should support F1 as a racing sport NOT a team sport! F1 will loose a lot of fans if it all comes down to teams!
What would Alonso do if he was running faster than Massa or if Hamilton was slower the Rosberg - these guys are racers and want to win - its their killer instinct

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