F1 » 'Webber to quit F1 at end of season' – report


"Mark simply feels it is time to call time on his 14-year F1 career..." writes the Daily Star's Adrian Stiles today

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lark - Unregistered

May 06, 2013 4:54 AM

Can someone please bring some cheese for Mark? He had more than enough "whine." Seriously though its time for him to go. He is a never was and past his prime. Onto lesser skilled motorsports ol' bean, don't go away mad, just go away!

laughing - Unregistered

May 06, 2013 4:57 AM

From Shaken -"If he could turn the clock back 10 years (in other words if he could be 10 years younger) then he could beat Vettel fair and square. Its like Rossi in MotoGP, they are both too old now. Mark may do well at LeMans with Porsche. I wish him well there."

HAHAHAHA Rossi has won 9 world championships, Mark has 9 career wins. Not even the most daft would make this comparison. Put down the pipe, you've done smoked yourself retarded.

Giveway - Unregistered

May 06, 2013 5:06 AM

@ laughing - The only thing daft about that comparison is the amount of wheels per vehicle. Shaken was comparing age with performance, whilst it is obvious age has a lot to do with it, i dont find it the be-all and end-all in this ever younger world we live in, it is not as daft as you surmise, laughing.

pizzaboy

May 06, 2013 5:23 AM

Will it happen that Kimi and Mark exchange their places? then that will be interesting. Though unlikely, I would even love to see Webber leading a mid field team like Williams or hell even SFI for a couple of years before retiring!
Pretty sure whether or not this news is true, if in F1, he will not stay at RBR.

steve Archibald - Unregistered

May 06, 2013 6:47 AM

IF only he decided this a year ago we could well have seen Lewis go to Red Bull and give Vettel the test we all want to see.

I hope Kimi will get a shot as i thiink his contract is up next year and Kimi v Vettel in a Newey car would be great.

As for Webber as someone said on here another DC type driver who drove the best of the Red Bull cars with only 2010 seeing him offering any sort of challenge for the WDC, Webbs is a nice guy but nice guys dont win anything and TBH i cant forgive Mark for finishing behind JB in the 2011 season driving arguably the most dominant of the Red Bull cars the RB7 ok could not beat his teammate but the car was so quick he should have seen off the rest, sadly that is what i will remember most about Mark.

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