Webber looking for consistency
Red Bull's Mark Webber believes the 2012 world title will be won by the driver with the most consistent car, not the fastest.
After a couple of seasons of dominating the sport, Webber's team have been pegged back in 2012 and have had to rely on a string of podium finishes, rather than race wins. Fernando Alonso currently leads the championship by 40 points at the halfway stage, but he himself has had a number of technical problems with his car and has admitted he is unsure whether his Ferrari is capable of lasting until the end of the year. The Australian believes this sums up the struggles of a number of the teams and says the driver with the most consistent car will win the title. "I don't know who's got the fastest car," he said. "There's always talk that it's not the fastest car, but you need the most consistent one. I don't think anyone's got the fastest car at the moment. "We did after Valencia and then Fernando had it at Silverstone until six laps to go and then all of a sudden we had it again. And then McLaren turned up for a few weeks. And Lotus."