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Webber reflects on lost points

Mark Webber gives a video interview following his collision with Sebastian Vettel in Istanbul
Mark Webber was left to rue the collision with team-mate Sebastian Vettel in Turkey that cost Red Bull a 1-2 finish at Istanbul.

The pair clashed while dicing for the lead in an incident that the team now accepts was a 'racing accident' – with some comments following the race suggesting that the blame lay with the Australian, despite it being Vettel who turned in on him during the race.

In an interview recorded on Sunday evening following the race, Webber gives his view on what happened and admits that there was no celebrating his third place finish in the race.




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mal - Unregistered

June 01, 2010 11:21 PM

Sound like Vettle has a hissy fit and demanded Rebull get behind him otherwise he will leave, he is using that fact that Mark only has one or two season left. Vettle you are a disgrace, this is not racing about

Des Paul - Unregistered

June 02, 2010 7:23 AM

What a Joke Red Bulls**t are! Everyone, & I mean EVERYONE can see what happened in this race. Red Bulls**t have two drivers racing for the Championship, and they deliberately de-tune one's engine to ensure that their preferred marketing 'Tool' (in every sense of the word) wins out. Not only that, but when their Germanic blonde haired boy 'TOOL' runs straight into the form driver of the F1 Season (ruining both their races), the 2 Germanic team principals come out publicly and as much as blame the driver who was run into? Of course there is an English-German split in this team, and unfortunately for Webber, the power, politics and marketing dollar is on the German side of the divide. Webber's only hope is that the public outcry over this is so deafening that Red Bulls**t can't afford to obviously de-tune him again. If he can get a competitive car, he should go on to win the Championship, & then turn around and give a God-almighty f**k you to Red Bulls**t as he signs for Ferrari next



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