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June 27, 2011 2:55 PM

F1 » Webber blames himself for missing second

"in fact, did you not notice drivers altering the balance during the race?" Oh please, as if any avid Formula 1 fan doesn't know about drivers balancing brake bias once or twice every lap. My comment was specifically targeted at your assumption that what ever issues Mark had with his brakes must have been caused by his bias settings. The guru of all F1 knowledge is happy to accept that Seb's brakes have occasionally experienced above average wear due to technical malfunctions or problems, but Mark has an issue and suddenly you're blaming it on his inability to adjust bias. Fanboys, eh... had enough of 'em. Have fun wallowing in your ignorance.


June 27, 2011 2:12 PM

F1 » Webber blames himself for missing second

@Richard - "mark controls the brake balance himself. nothing to do with the car!" I often have difficulty understanding how your brain functions, Richard. If you have one at all, that is. How does an issue with Mark's brakes become solely his problem because he can adjust the bias from within the car? Why would you insinuate that any problem relating to the cars brakes must be a result of a driver who has started over 160 GP's inability to understand bias? It was well documented on the BBC that Mark's rear brakes were hitting very high temperatures, this was even said over the team radio. Now I bet back in Spain 2010 when Vettel was having problems with his brakes that caused him to run wide at a number of corners, you weren't blaming him for incorrectly setting his bias throughout the entire race. We all know you're in love with Vettel, but it's okay to admit that Mark's car has had numerous problems throughout this season.

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