Five themes to watch for in the British GP

Five themes to watch for in the British GP

AUTOSPORT picks out the five key themes to keep an eye on ahead of the British Grand Prix

Raging Red Bulls

Mark Webber's visage in the post-qualifying press conference said it all. After being outqualified by Sebastian Vettel at a track that the Aussie considers one of his best, he left nobody in doubt that he was unimpressed by his team-mate taking advantage of the sole remaining updated front wing - a wing that had been on his own car during morning practice ahead of qualifying. Although he was a little more chilled out later on Saturday afternoon, he had made his point.

"I'm sure I can sort it out and follow Sebastian through the first corner," he said of the prospect of starting on the dirty side of the grid. Run that through Google Translate with the settings at Angry Australian into English, and you'll get something along the lines of "I'm damned well going to pass him into the first corner." With a world championship at stake, expect neither to give any quarter. And remember what happened last time...

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