F1 » RBR: If we lose, we lose...but we won't manipulate


As conflicting noises emerge from RBR, Sebastian Vettel hints that he'll help Mark Webber in Abu Dhabi if need be, but Dietrich Mateschitz insists his team won't 'manipulate things like Ferrari'.


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Alan - Unregistered

November 14, 2010 4:48 AM


Guys I can't beleieve some of the rubbush you write. Its very simple. Mateschitz has alot to learn about f1. Vettel will be champ one day I believe it absolutely. Webber has made mistakes and in my view Vettel has shown a lack of maturity otherwise he would have won already. But give him time he is just a boy. But the basics are MW managed to get more points together than SV during the year. It came to a point when the team should get behind the teams best chance of success and they did not. So now they have probably thrown away the championship. Not a clever management move. F1 is a very dirty business what we hear and see in the media is nothing compared to what goes on in the sport. RBR might never win another championship ever so need as a team to back their best chance as soon as possible. It does not matter what the drivers name is. It has always been like that at least for the last 20 years of my viewing. Their sponsors need to see a return and the best return is 1st & 1st agai

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