Webber: I’m reasonably satisfied with season start

Mark Webber says that he is reasonably satisfied with new season start and he insist two races so far have not really given us a full form guide. First two races he finished with fourth and the Australian said that the Defending Champions wasn’t the only team that is up till now to show its full potential, significance Mercedes and Lotus as two others with more speed to come.

“I’m reasonably satisfied with the way I’ve started the season, even though my Red Bull Racing team have not been as strong as in the last two years,” Webber told BBC. “

“Mercedes have come away empty-handed, despite showing some strong pace, and Lotus have also got some speed in their car but not quite delivered the results they’re capable of. That can happen when everyone’s a bit raw in the early races of the season.”

“I’m fourth in the championship, behind Fernando, Lewis Hamilton and Jenson, so it’s been a solid start. The team have been brilliant all winter in helping me prepare, from the engineering side, through team Principal Christian Horner and chief technical officer Adrian Newey – and it has been great to start the season in a positive way.

“I’ve got a pretty good feeling in the car and we made a definite step forward in performance in Malaysia. “

“That’s good but you’re never satisfied until you’re at the front, and we’ve got two weeks to try to ensure that’s where we are for the next two races in China and Bahrain.”

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