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Blue_Tires Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Oct-27-10 08:56 PM
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Berger: Webber took out the wrong one
Webber's Championship hopes took a massive nosedive at the Yeongam circuit on Sunday when he crashed out on lap 18 while second behind team-mate Sebastian Vettel. He took out Mercedes' Nico Rosberg after spinning and crashing into the wall.

The Australian was quick to put his hand up after the race saying "it was totally my fault, I got on the kerb on the exit of Turn 12 and it was a very slow-motion moment off the back of that kerb - it was my mistake and it wasn't my day".

However, Berger believes there is something sinister about the way he collected Rosberg.

"He could have hit the brakes and stopped the car at the wall," the Austrian said on his native Servus TV.

"He took out Rosberg, but it was the wrong one. I think in his mind he would have preferred (Fernando) Alonso or (Lewis) Hamilton."

When asked if he thought Webber took someone intentionally out, Berger answered: "Yes, it's clear. He goes off and it's over. It's so frustrating and a thousand thoughts go through your mind. Either he had a brake problem, but I don't think he did. One has the feeling that you would rather take one with you, take a point off him."
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