F1 » Webber: I have no desire to come back


Mark Webber reveals that, despite having attracted the attention of other leading F1 teams in 2013, the door remains firmly closed on that chapter of his life.

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intheredcorner

December 06, 2013 2:25 PM

so . . . ferrari and raikkonen agreed terms quite quickly, followed up by red bull failed to quash rumours of alonso to rbr, red bull then sign daniel ricciardo . . . daniel has recently been told by marko that he needs to lose a couple of kilos, while webber was tweeting along the lines that he hadnt eaten for five years. mw seems to have gotten out at the right time for him

JimmyTheRealOne

December 06, 2013 8:32 PM
Last Edited 132 days ago

Crash.net, will you cover sportscar racing at least a bit next season? Because everything I see on this site is F1, F1, F1, MotoGP, F1, F1... FIA WEC is a WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, dammit... it deserves some attention.

ian.wright.16503323

December 06, 2013 11:34 PM

I'm disappointed to hear Mark feels the Xmas cards weren't sincere, because I have a feeling it was from Seb's side. Vettel isn't the sort of person who would send a card if he didn't mean it. I'm not saying their relationship was anything but rocky, but Seb never spoke publicly about their relationship in the same way Mark has, and one always had the feeling that although they weren't great buddies, Seb at least respected Mark. I could be wrong, but that is the impression I got. Having said that, I realize it must have been far harder to maintain a semblance of normality for Mark than for Seb, having been on the receiving end week in and week out.

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