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GP Week : Issue 90
F1 SILVERSTONE >> down on the primes, the hard tyre. I knew I had a bit of a stint ahead, so just made sure they were comfortable for the whole stint. The safety car gave them a chance to recover a fraction but the car was faultless all day." On the podium, Webber looked emotional: "Ann said to me, if you only do two things this year win Monaco and Silverstone". But it meant more than a win, and a bunch of points. It was sweet revenge for what he believes is the unfair treatment of the team's management. "I'm sure we'll have some decent chats tomorrow," said Webber, when the team goes back over the events of the last few days at their nearby Milton Keynes base. "Honestly, I wouldn't have signed a contract had I thought this was the way going forward." He believes that, should a similar situation arise at the Hockenheimring in a fortnight, as points leader he will receive any preferential parts. Webber now sits on 128 points -- seven more than his team mate. He has three wins this season to Vettel's two. "You know I've had a few hurdles in my career, even sometimes privately as well. Yeah, how you judge a person's character is obviously how they come back in a bit of adversity. It certainly puts a bit of fuel on the fire." 29