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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JJJ

June 21, 2013 8:23 PM

@rob01:

Why on earth would Vettel ever want to get rid off Mark Webber? As long as he, Mark and Newey are at RBR, Vettel is a lock for champion every year.

Any driver that would come into the team in place of Mark (that is any driver deemed good enough by RBR) would be a bigger threat to Vettel's championship chances than Mark himself at this point.

kiwibob

June 22, 2013 2:52 AM

Funny the same people saying the same thing every year till Mark signs a new one year contract i think as long as he is good mates with the team owner and is driving well the ball is in his court .
In answer to the merc thing sorry it was the fia who cocked up not merc they just did what all teams do when the think they have found a loop hole with Fia emails from Fia employees brawn knew they were safe which is why only he went where most on here had him as falling on his sword Lol.

Buzz45

June 22, 2013 8:50 AM

Richard,
OK, I don't have any inside information but I wouldn't mind betting £10 that Kimi doesn't go to RB. Vettel wants to be the most succesful GP driver ever, he loves all the statistics. RB don't want to lose him to another team and although he may be mates with Kimi off the track, what happens on the track is totally different. What are the other reasons you mentioned, oh sorry, you didn't mention.

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