F1 » Vettel, Webber feud not done


Former drivers Alan Jones and John Watson both claim that there is more to come from the spat between Red Bull drivers Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel.

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f1 - Unregistered

May 06, 2013 8:55 AM


"I think the team have shown incredible weakness by not penalising their number one driver and they have now created a rod for their own back."

I find these comments funny for two reasons. First off, what kind of penalty do you propose?
I may br wrong but wasnt it Watson who said they should suspend him for a few races, essentially throwing away their chance at the WDC and the WCC??

Second, this man has no idea what has been said behind closed doors, so saying that theyre letting him run rampant is just pure speculation.

Objective

May 06, 2013 10:12 AM

Jones has always been a big fan of Webber and, early on, tipped Webber to win a WDC. If Webber now knows that he can't trust Vettel then they are square because Vettel has learnt over the past 3 seasons that he can't trust Webber.

If I was RBR, I would show Mark the door now because he can only jeapardise their WCC and WDC chances.

Owen Hamilton - Unregistered

May 06, 2013 10:37 AM

I can just imagine at the Brazilian GP, Vettel needs to win the race to win the title, Red Bull are 1-2 on the grid, first corner Webber does what Senna did to Prost in Japan all those years ago.

KevinW - Unregistered

May 06, 2013 1:25 PM

Red Bull is focused on winning the WCC, they consider the WDC a secondary issue. Horner has stated this on more than one occasion. He has also stated that the contentious relationship between team mates has been going on for many years, and is of no concern, as long as they are both scoring points for the team. In fact it appears to motivate Vettel. So, if the heat between MW and SV continues to produce team points, and pushes Vettel to perform at his best, nothing will be done to tone it down, end of story.

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