F1 » Webber ready to bid farewell

Mark Webber prepares for his F1 farewell in the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos

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November 21, 2013 11:46 AM

Webbertron, Quit when you're ahead? He's not ahead!

But in saying that I'll miss Mark, one of the few no BS straight talking guys on the grid, he's had a solid career and the overtake on Alonso at Spa will live long in the memory.


November 21, 2013 2:09 PM
Last Edited 894 days ago

Good luck Mark. Will certainly miss your straight talking. Has been a pleasure to watch you all these years. To be honest, you rekindled my interest in F1 again. It used to be hard to find reasons to watch races full of overpaid prima donnas in the middle of the night. Let's hope Dan does the Aussie legacy proud (which by all accounts seems certain). I reckon when you write your autobiography it will be a best seller. Must be some juicy stuff locked away.


November 21, 2013 3:51 PM

Walrus, A win would guarantee Mark third in the championship, but I don't think he'd be the type of guy that would appreciate a gifted win. If he wins it on his own merit fair play to him, but you cant blame RBR for prioritising Vettel's attempt at 9 in a row, it would be quite a record.


November 21, 2013 4:06 PM

Taipan, I agree.. My post was pure fantasy as Mark never gets a good start or has a working KERS. Finally, unless Vettel has some bad luck, he'll have the pole/win/lap anyway which makes my whole point mute


November 21, 2013 4:18 PM
Last Edited 894 days ago

Walrus, The weather might play a part, good chance of rain so anything could happen.

Am I right in saying every lap of every race this year so far has been dry?

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