F1 » No rush for Webber as RBR focuses on revival


Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner says he will sit down to open discussions with Mark Webber during F1's forthcoming summer break.


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CommodoreS

August 05, 2011 1:48 PM

You got it DTS. Rob also makes a good point above
whereby the warm up lap is imperitive. Tyre warmth
and pressure all add to the equation and until this time Mark has experienced problems with the Pirelli tyre. With the new compounds being introduced he is more comfortable.

At Germany I recall it mentioned something about the clutch mechanism binding or something of that nature which accounted for the release and non response.

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