I know what you’re thinking but this isn’t a spoiler alert because I checked the listings and they aren’t replaying the Monaco GP race any time soon. So quit your whinin’! Anyway, Webber pretty much dominated the weekend. He was fast in practice, qualified on the pole, and then ran away from the entire grid by leaps and bounds as soon as the lights went out. To celebrate Mark, his car designer Adrian Newey, and team principal Chrstian Horner all jumped into a pool at the Red Bull VIP area. Now Mark and his teammate Sebastien Vettel are tied for first in the driver points. Can this be the begining of a internal team battle for the rest of the season? Who knows!? But I’m glad things aren’t boring! Check out a full race report on SPEED.
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