F1 » Porsche eyeing Webber for Le Mans return?


Could Porsche's return to the sports protoype provide an appealing exit from F1 for Mark Webber?

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kiwibob - Unregistered

April 04, 2013 11:00 PM

John - Unregistered time to take your meds dude its f1 and webber is no diff from a lot of others and even today the skill level to drive an f1 car up the front end is better than 99& of people can do and im going with red bull racing they state they have the 2 best drivers in f1 and im just guessing here but i think they know a lot more than you or i do about f1 and drivers

Marios - Unregistered

April 04, 2013 11:12 PM

Even though, Mark Webber is a bloody fast driver (i know some of you do not believe so), is time to quite.
He had the chance to be crowned a world champion but lost it. He had the chance to become number 1 in RBR but lost it. He had the chance to win the last grand prix but he "LOSTt" it. I think at the end of the season he should quit. This would be the right move, and devote himself in anoher series such as Le Mans or even in DRM (who knows, he was racing for mercedes in the past).
I would never accuse him of being a bad, untalented driver. Mark Webber is bloody fast but UNLUCKY.
From my perspective F1 is all about: Speed, Reliability and Luck.

Bernies twitter - Unregistered

April 05, 2013 12:12 AM

Yes Mark Webber should leave F1 now. The negativity this guy creates around Red Bull is unbelievable. He could have beaten Vettel in Malaysia if he really wanted or couldnt he because he was too slow ? He has a button on his steering wheel where he can turn the engine up again after all. Why didnt he stop Vettel from overtaking or why didnt he chase down Vettel to re-overtake him ?????????? There was a race going on for 10 more laps afterall. What a melodramatic guy, mentally not equipped to handle defeat but cant win himself, thats why he is nr2 !!!!!!!!

Ben - Unregistered

April 05, 2013 4:27 AM

Marios - great comment "I would never accuse him of being a bad, untalented driver. Mark Webber is bloody fast but UNLUCKY.
From my perspective F1 is all about: Speed, Reliability and Luck.".

Sums it up perfectly.

I don't follow any particular driver or team, but to the Vettel fanboys I hope you see his flaws as well - that was not a good look in the last race, the WDC is over a season, not just one race. If he moves to a new team and is dominant, he proves his class, if not, well... I think the team is still a bigger factor in his success than his talent.

Bring on China!

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