The inconvenience of Webber's speed

The inconvenience of Webber's speed

In a team whose marketing strategy was supposed to revolve around Sebastian Vettel, Mark Webber's impressive form has become an inconvenience which culminated in Turkey's crash, reckons Tony Dodgins

The great thing, we said at the start of the season, is four competitive teams all with competitive drivers. We rubbed our hands in anticipation. Might all get a bit combustible, this...

The favoured venue for aggravation had to be Ferrari – a couple of Latins in the red cars, one of whom, throughout his career, has been distinctly unimpressed whenever a team-mate got the better of him. On the surface, Red Bull looked as if it was on a more even keel. Fernando and Felipe have had a couple of minor spats but, in Turkey, war proper broke out at Red Bull.

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