Sunday, March 24, 2013

Mark Webber Flipping the Bird at His Own Teammate!



Mark Webber controlled today's Malaysian GP up through the last pit stop when he and his Red Bull teammate Sebastian Vettel were told to hold position to the end of the race. Vettel ignored team orders to turn down the engine revs and attacked Webber. He caught Webber offguard and ended up winning a very intense wheel-to-wheel battle. This is how Webber showed his "appreciation" for Vettel's shenanigans after he lost the lead. If it's ever worth punching your own teammate, today's race was it.

4 comments:

  1. F team orders - fastest guy should win. Good for Vettel.

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  2. Agree, fastest guy should win. Problem is when they are both told to turn down the engine revs and one does but the other chooses not to and gets away with it. That's not a level playing field. Ideally, I'd like to see both of them allowed to race equally but with a 500 mil budget and a personnel of 800 working on just two cars, the stakes are very high and no team wants to see their drivers take each other out.

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  3. Agree with CT. This is showing Vettel's true colors... And they're not good.

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  4. A selfish whiner and a sore loser IMO. A Schumacher in terms of approach and probably close in skill except he lacks Schumacher's class, which used to make up for some of his racing antics.

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