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Marko: "There will be no more team orders at Red Bull"


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#351 MarileneRiddle

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Posted 09 May 2013 - 03:11

Give Mark a win too and he will be happy for a long time.

I'd say Sebastian gave Webber a win back in Brazil 2011 and he didn't look that happy...

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#352 DILLIGAF

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Posted 09 May 2013 - 04:11

Although to be fair, we don't know what is actually going on...


Agreed :up:

#353 lbennie

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Posted 09 May 2013 - 05:51

Do yourself a favour and read as many times as needed to get a grasp of what´s being said for a change.

No one´s saying that full Silverstone layout is more favourable for a pass than full Malaysia layout. I didn´t even say a word about your comparison, because it´s right. What I´m saying is that with that pace advantge and that excellent opportunity the new layout gives, the pass should have happened, and the fact that it didn´t was a failure from Webber´s part. Now, if you understand what´s being said, you can give your opinion on it.

PD: Anyway thanks for trying, and giving us in the proccess another piece of comedy gold, you never fail to dissapoint. :rotfl:


Disagree,

Malaysia is orders of magnitude easier to make a pass on than silverstone, they aren't even in the same ball park. I would class silverstone as one of the toughest on the calendar to make a pass stick, with malaysia being at the opposite end of the spectrum.

if you were to swap both drivers in both scenarios both outcomes would remain the same, and I'm a huge fan of both seb and mark.

This whole bringing up of 'he could make the pass stick where this guy couldn't' and visa-versa is just fanboy yinyang garbage.
they are both world class racing drivers, give them a little bit of respect.

Edited by lbennie, 09 May 2013 - 05:56.


#354 Kingshark

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Posted 09 May 2013 - 11:29

Disagree,

Malaysia is orders of magnitude easier to make a pass on than silverstone, they aren't even in the same ball park. I would class silverstone as one of the toughest on the calendar to make a pass stick, with malaysia being at the opposite end of the spectrum.

I agree with everything you said. On top of that, Malaysia 2013 had 2 DRS zones while Silverstone 2011 only had one.

I can't believe someone would actually be ignorant enough to believe Silverstone and Malaysia are the same when it comes down to overtaking. Posted Image

Silverstone new layout or not, Malaysia is still much better for overtaking.

No one´s saying that full Silverstone layout is more favourable for a pass than full Malaysia layout. I didn´t even say a word about your comparison, because it´s right.

If there´s something he should worry about, is that Vettel managed to hold him behind by himself in Silverstone and pass him on track by himself in Malaysia.

:rolleyes:
Dat contradiction!

Edited by Kingshark, 09 May 2013 - 14:33.