F1 » 'Heroic' Webber kept quiet so as not to 'weaken his position'


Two former F1 drivers-turned-TV pundits have argued that Mark Webber did the right thing in not informing Red Bull Racing about his late-season shoulder fracture in 2010.


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CommodoreS

December 09, 2010 12:24 PM

And how do you come the this conclusion J when
your comment is baseless.

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