There is no conspiracy, it is simple, so far RBR have failed to give Webber the tools he needs to adequately fight for WDC and this is just another example.
It’s already been clearly pointed out to you that Red Bull had a new component that needed testing, introduced in the 4th round. They obviously needed to test it on one car and compare it to the other. Vettel crashed, so not enough data was gathered, so it wasn’t implemented on either car. They were the same, and Webber was slower than Vettel. If enough data was gathered, both cars probably would have had the upgrade for Saturday and Sunday.
I also disagree that Mark has shown nothing. 18th to 3rd in China shows a lot more than cruzy uncontested victories up front.
What you have shown is a lack of appreciation for the skill it takes to pull out a perfect lap when under pressure on a Saturday. Gaining positions is entertaining and impressive, but controlling a race from the front is an under-appreciated skill that gets you maximum points, which converts into world titles.
Webber is clearly getting the hard end of the stick, for some reason his car seems to always have technical difficulties. I can’t believe that Seb has become this ‘unbeatable’ overnight.
How many technical difficulties did Webber have compared to Vettel in 2010? Yet who still won last year?
I agree, he hasn’t. In all his victories not once has never had to hustle or battle hard for the win.
There is a difference between being good and being entertaining. Winning by a big margin is good but boring. Fighting for 10th is entertaining.