F1 » Fernley: Half the grid would win with Red Bull


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@John, Let us keep the discussion as open, factual, honest and balanced as we possibly can. (And no need for Crash to delete this post, as I am not baiting John, just stating some facts). Webber very nearly won the WDC in 2010 in the Red Bull, so that makes Fernley near-technically accurate in his analysis. He is not wide off the mark and Webber is not as "bad" as some make out. There are many factors that go into winning any WDC. If the Ferrari pitwall had not been spooked by Webber pitting in Abu Dhabi 2010, then Fernando would not have got held up by Petrov's Renault and he would likely have won his 3rd WDC - and Vettel would still be on two WDC's and Fernando on three. And so it goes on...... I know it's all woulda coulda shouldas now, but they are wouldas coulda shouldas that have a factual basis to them.



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