Red Bull Racing driver Mark Webber says that next year will be different to this year, and the Australian F1 veteran very optimistic and positive that he will have a better season in 2012.
“The next most important race is Melbourne and next year will be different to this year, because that’s just the way I’m sure things will go,” Webber told Reuters. “I’m very, very optimistic and positive that I’ll have a very, very strong season and that’s what I’m going to look forward to. I’m still driving very, very well.
“It’s an extremely fine line before you start to unlock a few other things that can make your season go from good, which was this year, to great, and that’s what I need to be able to try and do. I think that (the victory) was brewing off the back of a few events where, on the surface it might not have looked that I might have been challenging, but there were certain things coming that I was getting more confident about. Yes, Seb (Vettel) had to manage an issue but irrespective of that, you still need to pounce and capitalise on other people’s misfortunes. That’s motor sport at the end of the day.
“It’s good to have our feet up a little bit; it’s a long, long season as we all know. But to be honest I probably wouldn’t have it any other way. I still absolutely love my racing and I’m really looking forward to, it’s 100 days apparently before we get back to Melbourne, so looking forward to getting back in the car and racing.”
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