Mar wrote:I agree, the situation in the Red Bull (F1) is, at least, weird (I really don’t know how to describe the mess they have there). The last thing is Berger saying in Mateschitz’s TV channel that Webber didn’t brake on purpose on Sunday in order to take his title rivals out of the race with him.
Common sense would indicate that Red Bull might not have the same drivers next season. But, would Red Bull take Kimi or would they prefer a younger driver that would do what he’s told? And, would Kimi want to go to Red Bull?
We don’t know if the relationship between Webber and Red Bull is as rotten as it looks from the outside. And we don’t know (in case it’s really so rotten) which are the real reasons behind that fall apart; it looks it is about how much they care about Vettel, but we don’t know what’s happening behind the scenes.
I agree with you, Mar
Rosberg also complained why Webber didn't use his brakes on Sunday...
About the situation inside Red Bull... Someone told me a few months ago something that I can't repeat here but it could be that things are bad inside the team - or not - sorry for the mystery
- but it wouldn't surprise me if Red Bull would have a new line-up next season.
Pure speculation of course and it has nothing to do with 'I want Kimi there!!!!!'.
@Sleenster, Kimi didn't exactly lie last year but he certainly didn't tell about his plans either. Citroen came as a shock and later on it was clear that the deal was made with Red Bull. Kimi himself talked about possibly having a sabbatical and other diiba-daaba but nothing he said implied that he would go to WRC, Citroen and have a contract with Red Bull.
As a matter of fact it did cross my mind last year but people told me that I'm paranoid. During the endseason in f1 I suddenly paid attention to Kimi having the Red Bull -drink in every freaking picture and I hadn't noticed it before.