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Mark Webber


Webber tips Ricciardo to be a strong teamma...

Feb 11, 2014No Comments

Mark Webber expects his replacement at Red Bull, countryman Daniel Ricciardo, to put up a competitive defense alongside Sebastian Vettel this year. By the end


Webber deletes criticism messages about for...

Nov 28, 2013No Comments

Comments in which Mark Webber was highly critical of his former Red Bull colleagues have been removed from the Australian’s official website. It has been


Tears and anger as the 2013 F1 season came ...

Nov 25, 2013No Comments

Popular Mark Webber raced into F1 retirement with one final show of irreverence, completing his lap on the way to the Interlagos podium without the


Brazilian GP Practice 3 – Results

Nov 23, 2013No Comments

The rain continued to fall during final practice in Brazil on Saturday morning, as Red Bull’s Mark Webber emerged through the spray to claim the


Webber gets an early release for new Porsch...

Nov 22, 2013No Comments

Mark Webber will waste no time at all before leaping into his new Le Mans career. News Limited newspapers say the Australian’s Porsche era will


Motivation to "stay fit" went awa...

Nov 05, 2013No Comments

Mark Webber has admitted fading motivation prompted his decision to retire from formula one. Austin and Brazil will be the Australian veteran’s last two grands


Abu Dhabi GP Qualifying – Results

Nov 02, 2013No Comments

Mark Webber produced a brilliant performance in qualifying at Yas Marina on Saturday evening to beat Red Bull team mate Sebastian Vettel to pole position.


Vettel destroyed Webber – Villeneuve

Oct 13, 20132 Comments

The skills of Sebastian Vettel’s teammate have contributed to the reigning world champion’s image problem. McLaren boss Martin Whitmarsh would not entirely agree with that