F1 » Webber feasts while rivals starve in Hungary

Mark Webber used events to his advantage and claim a fourth win of F1 2010 in the Hungarian Grand Prix.

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August 02, 2010 1:12 PM

Great idea.Go back to manual gear changes and cluthces operated by the foot.Means more room in the chassis and more missed gear changes and more passing.No paddles on the steering wheel.And the gear change actually attached to the gearbox.No fly by wire changes

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