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somehow i find this to be actually a fair assessment. nothing has been said that anyone can dispute. webber DOES not handle the pressure too well, witness his unforced error in korea, when he had his one chance at the wdc. also it is noticable that webbers performance DOES tail off towards the end of the season.
taz. this article was in mateschitz's OWN publication, so i would bet that didi is fully aware of what has been said.
and to those who claim it was not a nice dig at webber, may i remind them that some of these have expressed their disbelief that mark was retained by rbr last year, due to his constant verbal attacks on the team in the years before.
if you give it, you have to be able to take it too.
despite his stated dissatisfaction with rbr, mark re-signed with red bull. he claims he had alternatives....