Former Formula 1 racer Mark Webber made his predictions for this year's Formula 1 season right at the start of the new calendar year. The Australian predicts that Lewis Hamilton will become world champion for the fourth time in a row next season. Michael Schumacher. Ferrari, on the other hand, is said to have broken the six-year dominance of silver arrows with a design title. The 2019 season was another in a series of Mercedes dominance. Lewis Hamilton became the sixth world champion, and the team also won the title in the sum of constructors. They have already contributed a lot to this with their own mistakes at Ferrari themselves with a large number of their own mistakes. The new season brings new opportunities and according to the former Red Bull racer it would
The team from Woking, which will use Honda's engines for the next season, has not yet announced the racing team for the upcoming season. It is increasingly rumored that Button will leave the eipo, thus being replaced by Alonso. Jenson Button manager Richard Goddard has confirmed that if his McLaren protégé has to, he will also leave F1: “Jenson is a great racer, with a lot of racing behind him, so a lot of experience and as such he is a very complete racer. If he stays in F1, he will race for the leading team, otherwise he would rather leave the series and go to the World Endurance Championship - WEC, than Mark Webber before him. ”The 34-year-old is just about to leave Formula One, where he has been racing since in 2000. In all these years he also won 15 major awards and in 2009 also the title of world champion
Mark Webber believes that Lewis Hamilton is not at the level of Sebastian Vettl and Fernando Alonso. The Australian said Vettel and Alonso are the best racers he has ever raced against, adding that during his time racing for Red Bull, Michael Schumacher did not have a comparable race car. “It’s hard to say, as we had to constantly adjust to the tires, qualifying for one quick lap and the like,” Webber said when asked who his biggest rival in Formula One was. "I'd say Seb and Fernando. It's hard for the latter to run for two whole hours, even though he's not at Seba's level when we're talking about one fast lap. But on Sundays they're somewhere on the same level. Hamilton isn't a fly either, but he's not even close." Alonso and Sebu, who are like a machine, they literally turn them on and immediately do their best
Red Bull boss Christian Horner believes Mark Webber left the Formula One caravan just in time: “He left when he was still at the top and that will make everyone remember him as a strong racer. Even before coming on stage for the winners, I asked him if he really wanted to end his career as a Formula One racer, as he had done quite a few great overtaking, such as the one with Lewis. It's definitely good for him that he's gone at the peak of his career. ” “He became a very good racer, perfected himself and brought real results. He always worked well with the team, which helped to achieve phenomenal results. "
Mark Webber, despite a great performance in Saturday’s qualifiers, wasted first place at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix with a slow start. This was put to good use by his team-mate Sebastian Vettel and Mercedes racer Nico Rosberg, who started from second and third place. Otherwise, the Australian regained second place in the twentieth lap, but he could no longer make up for the half-minute lag behind Vettl. '' My start wasn't good. The soft tires did not work well before the first stop. The wear of the rear tires was too strong. It was better after the change, but Seb had already gained the advantage. I drove to the best of my ability, but Vettel was better today, '' Webber said on the winners' stage. After Malaysia and Japan, this is Red Bull’s third ranking on hk
Red Bull racer Mark Webber has earned the best starting position for tomorrow’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. With a time of 1: 39.957, he overtook his teammate, Sebastian Vettl, by a good tenth of a second, while Mercedes racers Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton came in second. Q3 Racer Team Time Rounds 1. Mark Webber Red Bull 01: 39.957 17 2. Sebastian Vettel Red Bull 01: 40.075 12 3. Nico Rosberg Mercedes 01: 40.419 18 4. Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 01: 40.501 19 5. Kimi Räikkönen Lotus 01: 40.542 20 6. Nico Hülkenberg Sauber 01: 40.576 21 7. Romain Grosjean Lotus 01: 40.997 21 8. Felipe Massa Ferrari
We learned via the social network Twitter these days that Mark Webber is supposed to drive his last Formula One race in Abu Dhabi. The Australian is really saying goodbye, but only at the end of this season. Anyway, unofficially, Daniel Ricciardo is already supposed to be driving for Red Bike in Texas. At Red Bull, they deny everything, because they are supposed to know nothing, says Franz Tost, the head of the team, Toro Rosso: “I don't know anything about Webber's departure after the upcoming race. I also don’t know that Ricciardo would have left the Toro Rosso team early. In any case, Daniil Kvyat doesn't even have a great license, which is why he can't perform at the grand prize. ”Where there is smoke, there is also fire, a true Slovenian proverb. Probably something is happening at Red Bull and Toro Ross this time, but the fact is that Webber from F1 wants to say goodbye to
Sebastian Vettel was the fastest in the first free practice for the Indian Grand Prix. The Red Bull racer, who can secure his fourth consecutive world title this weekend, overtook his teammate Mark Webber, who was second, by 1 seconds with a time of 26.683: 0.188. The third fastest was Nico Rosberg. Indian Grand Prix results, 1st free practice: Racer Team Time Rounds 1. Sebastian Vettel Red Bull 01: 26.683 24 2. Mark Webber Red Bull 01: 26.871 17 3. Nico Rosberg Mercedes 01: 26.899 23 4. Romain Grosjean Lotus 01: 26.990 20 5. Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 01: 27.227 21 6. Jenson Button McLaren 01: 27.335 23 7. Sergio Perez McLar
Legendary Formula One commentator Murray Walker said Sebastian Vettel took pity on him because, in his view, the German was not credited with the necessary credit for his successes. Vettel has won the last five races, and in the next race in India he can also win the fourth consecutive world title next weekend. But the Red Bull racer has been booed several times due to his dominance on the podium, which Walker does not find fair. “Vettel took pity on me,” Walker said. "Because of a good car, he is not credited with success. Less educated spectators claim that everyone would succeed in such a car, but Webber does not succeed, and he is a very good racer. Vettel is one of the greatest racers of all time." The biggest reason for the unpopular
Although Mark Webber won his first best starting position this year, it doesn't have much weight for him, as the big favorite for pole position, Webbrom teammate Sebastian Vettel, ran into problems with KERS. Vettel showed form before the final part of the qualifiers, which hinted at another walk to the best starting point for tomorrow’s race, but problems with the KERS system recurred on his race car, making Webber’s job easier. “My circles weren’t bad,” the Australian explained. "You always want to drive even faster and better, but overall they were good. Still, this pole was a bit puffy as Sebastian otherwise drove a phenomenal lap. Still, I'm happy to start the race from first place, as opportunities are needed take advantage of whenever they occur, "he added
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