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rxracer

July 13, 2011 5:34 PM
Last Edited 1230 days ago

F1 » Horner: No individual is bigger than the team


Spaghettieddie - Not sure if you read my post, or anyone's, but the decision is Marks. And it looks as though he's spoken to Dietrich enough for him to believe it's a done deal. Again, read Autosports recent article entitled 'Red Bull boss says Webber will stay on'. Mark has stated he has a great relationship with every member in the garage, and at Milton Keynes. It's the management types he seems less than enamored with. With Dietrich being the exception. They seem to have a really good relationship and understanding of each other. And don't for a second think Horner, team principal or not, isn't under Matescitchz rule. Dietrich most certainly has the final say. He isn't at every race, but he's not some invisible shareholder either. He's very involved.

rxracer

July 13, 2011 2:39 PM

F1 » Horner: No individual is bigger than the team


"So where will Webber be next season? Ignoring a team order is a most effective way to lose your job...." And you know this how? As DC correctly put it, it would be far more worrying if Mark was fine with the order than if he weren't. And it seems Dietrich (who's understanding of F1, and racing drivers in particular, I've admired for some time) also appreciates this fact. And I quote, "This is no problem for us," Mateschitz said. "Sebastian realised that Fernando Alonso was gone and could not be caught anymore, so he backed down. This let Mark close in. He would be a very bad racer had he not tried to attack and gain a position." He then went on to say Mark WILL be at RBR next year. Check autosport for the article.

rxracer

June 15, 2011 9:07 AM

MotoGP » Simoncelli 'distraught' as another podium slips away


"@rx'armchair'racer. It makes me laugh that you think real racing is done on a circuit!" Huh?....It makes you laugh that real racing is done on a circuit? Where else is it done?! At the discotheque?, the mall?, your backyard? Honestly, I'm pretty much confused by your retort. Sadly, I doubt it will be the last time. BTW, no armchair. I enjoy my races in 120" HD Projector luxury :)

rxracer

June 15, 2011 3:59 AM
Last Edited 1258 days ago

MotoGP » Simoncelli 'distraught' as another podium slips away


"Chairman of the Genuine Racing Fans Committee. I humbly bow down in awe of your superiority. I apologise......." Pardon granted. Ohhhh, you were being sarcastic? Almost got me! :). Let me make you a deal. If you're still here when Rossi retires, making valuable comments & watching races for the actual race itself instead of the pinup boy Rossi, I'll apologize and recant my assumption. In seriousness, I'm not trying to be your so called 'Chairman of the Genuine Racing Fans Committee' (though I do love monikers!). I was simply pointing out that GP Motorcycle racing has and will exist well after Rossi retires. I don't deny his appeal. Both personally and in expanding the success of MotoGP. But he isn't the 'ultimate' ingredient. F1 generates a MUCH greater profit and more viewers than MotoGP, yet it doesn't have a 'Rossi'. I concede that many will switch off when Rossi retires, but I think your mindset distorts your impression of just how many people WILL still watch.


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