If Rebull if they sign up such an old consistent under achiever up again it will confirm they are the most one man team in the sport and don't care about it.
...or it just might prove that they're happy with Webber's contribution to the team points-wise?
Quick enough to push Vettel, not quick enough to consistently beat him. Brings the car home in upper points-paying positions. Sure, he pisses Vettel off, but who cares if he's doing the job they ask of him most of the time?
I think it will be a big call to let Webber go at the start of a new set of regulations. Not a huge call, but something they'll clearly consider closely and if Webber gets on a run in the next few races that will make it even more difficult to cut him loose.
Of course, Webber might make the call himself and announce it independently of RBR.... just to piss 'em off in the PR department.
He can only give Alonso a run for his money in much better cars, so how would be do it in equal cars? He barely beat him in 2011 with a monumental car advantage.
I thought Webber's issues with the Pirellis and the off-throttle diffuser effect was well documented. Apparently not for you...
Stop trying to be funny. Ferrari can do much better than that tired old journeyman.
Yet they were ready to sign him up at this time last year.
Don't let your obvious vitriol towards Webber get in the way of the facts, will you.
Edited by NotSoSilentBob, 12 June 2013 - 10:25.