Today is the 27th October 2010, and this is F1Minute.
Somehow, rumours have been circulating for the past few days that Webber did his best to take out a rival when he crashed out of the Korean GP. The way the car drifted back onto the track after smashing into the wall is weird, but Gerhard Berger has been quoted as saying he did it on purpose. Christian Horner has denied any such thing, saying the car was clearly broken, and anything else would be absurd. Horner also said that he’s supporting both his drivers equally, still, as either of them is in with a chance for the title.
On that subject, Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali has been talking about the battle for the championship, and wouldn’t be surprised to see it go down to the final lap of the season. Of rivals Red Bull, he said: “I am a pragmatic guy. If they were able to do 15 pole positions in 17 races, then it is something... But for me, the most important thing is that, despite this fantastic car, we are there, fighting, and we will fight up until the last corner of the last race.”
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References Christian Horner, Stefano Domenicali
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