|Mark Webber tries his hand on a computer game during 2011 Monaco GP © Red Bull|
Red Bull’s Mark Webber still waits for 2012 Formula 1 podium finish. The Australian makes clear how it’ll be exciting to see how the followers respond to the more random nature of the races this season.
In current situation nobody can predict who will win the next race and its unpredictable Formula 1 season in recent history. Five different winners from the first five Grands Prix of the season, who will win next, most spectators expecting Lewis Hamilton, Kimi Raikkonen or Mark Webber, they need top podium and hardly try to make it.
“I think for the fans, it is quite interesting for them,” Webber said.
“But also, I don’t know if they will get sick of seeing so many different winners. It is nice to have lots of different winners but I think the rivalry…it is good to have rivals.”
Next race weekend F1 trip go to Monte Carlo for the Monaco Grand Prix. And he believe Monte Carlo offer a unique challenge for Formula 1, as Webber said.
“It is a very, very challenging circuit, mentally,” he said.
“The race is quite long, obviously. You know, 78 laps around there is quite taxing on the mind. Physically, it is quite straightforward but on the mind, you need to be very disciplined. And that is the challenge of Monaco. And if you are in front obviously you can control the race quite well.
“It is an easy race to manipulate, the Grand Prix. But if you are behind, it can be very frustrating because you spend the whole race in the gearbox of someone.”
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