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Well I feel a bit ambivalent about Webber. On the one hand it's clear that he has to play 2nd fiddle in that team and that Seb is the petulant golden boy. On the other hand, it's clear Webber isn't really good enough to be a champion. He always was quite good in qualifying and would then fall apart in the races but now next to Seb he's usually slower in qualifying and still falls apart too often in races. He squandered the great chance he had in 2010 when Seb made a few mistakes and had some bad luck during the year and now he's probably hoping for a repeat of that but it won't happen. If anything he's gotten a bit less competitive with Seb over time. I don't understand why he didn't take the chance to drive for Ferrari that he was offered twice...but now it's over. Might not be a bad idea/timeto go for a factory ride in endurance racing.