F1 » Webber claims control over future


Mark Webber says he is firmly in control of his own future, and has not yet made his decision on whether he will stay in F1

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Buzz45

June 21, 2013 5:08 PM

@ whitew
I can't see Kimi going to RB, Vettel wouldn't want a driver that is capable of, and allowed to beat him. Kimi would want absolutely equality and I don't think for a moment that Vettel would want that.

JJJ

June 21, 2013 7:04 PM

I wonder what level of performance Webber is talking about exactly...He isn't exactly setting the world alight pacewise, lost poins at the beginning of the year through another bunch of bad starts, still usually loses out in direct battles with other cars on track...Plus this year on some of the tracks where he was able to beat Vettel in the past he has failed to do so (Spain, Monaco). Silverstone is another track he has been close to Vettel in the past (having no stop-go sequences where using a lot curb is required helps him IMO), so I think if he loses out there again it's an indication he's on the way down (and possibly out).

richard

June 21, 2013 7:51 PM

buzz. it is wonderful that you know what vettel would want and what kimi would want!
kimi and vettel are the best of friends, and I would see no problem from either of them. but I do not believe that kimi will end up at rbr, for reasons other that what you are claiming.

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