Apr.11 (GMM) Red Bull may find an edge over its nearest formula one rivals later this season because of its superior driver lineup, according to Mark Webber.
The Australian wrote in his column for the Swiss publication Motorsport Aktuell that he believes development work at the Renault-powered outfit will be "done properly" this year because he and veteran David Coulthard are at the wheel of the RB4."We have two drivers. Williams and Renault have only one," Webber noted.The 31-year-old, however, concedes that Kazuki Nakajima and Nelson Piquet - widely considered to be the lesser drivers at their respective teams, "can be good at times".But he thinks that, particularly this year, a consistently strong pair of drivers is crucial, given the sweeping regulation changes looming for 2009."We must extract the full potential from the current car as quickly as possible," Webber said, referring to the fact that teams must begin working on their single seaters for next year much earlier than usual.