Webber slams controversy over Red Bull’s cars saying rival teams’ accusations are getting ‘boring’

Mark Webber has been followed by controversy since his British Grand Prix win at Silverstone
Mark Webber has been followed by controversy since his British Grand Prix win at Silverstone

Controversies that have followed Red Bull designs around since the German Grand Prix are ‘incredibly boring’ according to Aston Clinton Formula 1 title chaser Mark Webber.

The Aussie said this week he is tired of ‘accusations’ from rival teams and believes rows over Red Bull gain more attention than queries about other teams’ cars.

“I know other teams have been asked to address things with their cars, but [FIA directives] are not for general consumption,” he told Reuters.

“And some of ours do make the general consumption, which is just the way it’s been. I think it’s incredibly boring for most people.

“All we can do is keep passing every single test and we have... it’s not a one-make series, you can design a car to the regulations and that’s what we do.”