n smikle wrote:telemetry WILL prove it
I take it you have this? I don't like Webber either but I find this theory totally absurd.
Nope, it makes perfect sense to me. I assume that most of us in here have a valid driver's license(not that you need one to see this anyway)? When you are reversing and you want to go right you turn the wheel to the right, correct? When you want to go left you turn the wheel to the left. Then, why, after hitting the wall, did Mark Webber not turn his turn LEFT AT FULL LOCK and stay OFF the track? Look at all that nice precious run-off on the left...
go to 48 seconds..
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnseQosN ... re=related
Not even mentioning the fact that he came off the brakes waaay after hitting the wall. (moment of impact, ricochet, then time to control the car, no brakes!)
I am not bashing Mark, but I know many people would take the option of taking out their rivals at no cost if presented.
"Raindrops .. drop top!"