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Stoddart sings Webber's praises. Again.
From our friends at itvf1.com:
STODDART EXPECTS WEBBER WIN
Paul Stoddart is convinced that fellow Aussie Mark Webber will become a grand prix winner in 2005.
Stoddart gave Webber his F1 break with Minardi back in 2002, and he is in no doubt as to what the 28-year-old can achieve.
He said: "I think Mark is on the brink of showing the world what he can really do.
"In a competitive car like the Williams I think Mark will win his debut race this year if Williams get it together and I really hope they do.
"Then, he's going to be up there challenging for what I believeis the true championship position - and that's second place (behind Ferrari).”
Stoddart said that Webber’s biggest strength is his enthusiasm.
He said: “I think Mark brings to any team he comes to - he certainly did to our team and he did to Jaguar - such a tremendous team spirit.
“There’s only one driver other than Michael Schumacher out there that lives, breathes, sleeps, eats Formula 1 110 per cent - and that's Mark Webber.
"That's why I've got so much faith in where he'll end up and I think you'll find he'll surprise everybody with Williams.”