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January 09, 2013 5:29 AM

F1 » Marko lines up new replacement for Webber


Trent, the bloke is a prat. I respect his skill. I just can't stand the style of person he is. Wait until you meet him, you'll see what I mean. He's had many dummy spits throughout the seasons (who can forget the cucumber line) and he conveniently blames others when it's his fault. As for getting the team onside, well, they are supporting the 'better' driver, not the nicer bloke.

DontTalkNonsense

January 09, 2013 12:54 AM

F1 » Marko lines up new replacement for Webber


In todays Australian media Marko is also quoted saying that Webber hasn't been able to cope with "Vettel coming in and snatching the booty from under his nose"...& this gem.. "If some technical mishap occurs, like with the alternator for example, he falls relatively easily into a downward spiral." Yep, this bloke definitely knows how to create team harmony.

DontTalkNonsense

January 08, 2013 2:01 AM

F1 » Marko lines up new replacement for Webber


Pete, I don't disagree entirely with your views re. drivers needing to think of the team. However, I definitely dispute the thinking that Mark is not a team player. Maybe not an ideal one as he is just as, if not more competitive than Seb, so that is down to the team dynamic and what they want. A lackey or a driver to push Seb. However, a lot of this is blown out of proportion. Also, regardless what we think of him, Mark clearly thinks he still has the talent to win a WDC. I love that about him and the fact he DOESN'T want to be a number 2.

DontTalkNonsense

January 08, 2013 12:11 AM

F1 » Marko lines up new replacement for Webber


@Pete, the day a driver concedes he's a number 2 and will never win a race or championship, hang up the boots. Coz your just a passenger then. It's quite ridiculous to want drivers to assist in winning the WCC who don't have the talent to win races and score points. Mark performs his role well, scores many points and IS known as one of the better drivers in dissecting the technical aspect of the cars. We seem to go through this discussion every season, but he's still there.

DontTalkNonsense

January 05, 2013 2:12 PM
Last Edited 604 days ago

F1 » Schumacher: Money played a part


Richard, a belated Merry Christmas, and timely New Year to you. Schumi had the Ferrari, for many years, tailored to him. Massive budget, all the concentration and focus centred around him. Personally, as a fan of our sport and obviously the great drivers, I was really disappointed with his performance the last 2 years. To me, Senna is still the greatest.


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