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Webber 'satisfactory' after crash
Former Formula 1 driver Mark Webber is in a 'satisfactory condition' following high-speed crash at the Six Hours of Sao Paulo event in Brazil.
'Brabham was inspirational'
Mark Webber has hailed his "inspirational" countryman Sir Jack Brabham after Australia's most successful F1 driver died aged 88.
Christian Horner Q&A
Following the Brazilian GP Christian Horner looks back on a dominant season for Red Bull, commends the mental strength shown by Mark Webber and says the team are not behind on development of the 2014 car.
Webber delighted with farewell
An emotional Mark Webber was delighted to sign off from F1 with wheel-to-wheel racing at the front of the field as he bowed out with second place in the Brazilian GP.
Webber keeps emotions in check
Mark Webber isn't anticipating an overly emotional farewell from Formula 1 when he bows out at Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix.
Vettel: Right calls are key
Sebastian Vettel says he'll have to make the right decisions at the right time if he is to extend his winning streak at the Brazilian Grand Prix this weekend.
Vettel: Webber exit a loss
Sebastian Vettel has put his infamously frosty relationship with Mark Webber aside to pay tribute to his retiring team-mate and admitted: "I have learned a lot from him".
Webber: Too many negatives now
Mark Webber says he is leaving F1 because the sport now has more negatives than positives for him.
Webber: Pole was there for me
A rueful Mark Webber admitted his third pole position in four races had "slipped through the fingers" after he was pipped to the head of the grid by team-mate Sebastian Vettel in Austin.
'Vettel in another category'
Mark Webber has acknowledged race victor Sebastian Vettel was simply a class above as the World Champion romped to a crushing win in Sunday's Abu Dhabi GP.
Vettel sorry for qualy error
Sebastian Vettel has apologised to his Red Bull crew after a first-corner mistake on his final qualifying run scuppered his pole position bid in Abu Dhabi.
Webber: My form has held up
Mark Webber says he can take satisfaction from knowing that his form has remained strong during his final season of Formula 1, even if unreliability and misfortune have compromised his results.
Webber not enjoying F1 as much
Mark Webber, who is leaving Formula 1 at the end of the season, has admitted that he is finding it difficult to stay motivated as the clock ticks down on his single-seater career.
Christian Horner Q&A
The full transcript of Christian Horner's press briefing following the Indian GP where Sebastian Vettel took victory and a fourth consecutive Drivers' Championship, whilst unreliability struck Mark Webber again.
Webber seeks to capitalise
Mark Webber believes he is in a "good position to capitalise" as he seeks to make history in Sunday's Indian GP by becoming the first driver to win a F1 race after starting out on the medium compound.
Horner: It was a free fight
Christian Horner has said Red Bull were initially unsure which of their drivers' strategies would ultimately win out in the Japanese GP - and insists Mark Webber would have been free to challenge Sebastian Vettel for victory in the closing laps.
Webber 'surprised' by strategy
Mark Webber has admitted he was "surprised" to be switched to a three-stop strategy by Red Bull after finishing second to two-stopping team-mate Sebastian Vettel in the Japanese GP.
Webber downplays pole position
Mark Webber has described his pole position for the Japanese GP as a "little bit hollow" after Sebastian Vettel was hampered by a reoccurring KERS problem at Suzuka.
Webber renews tyre criticisms
Mark Webber has renewed his criticism of Pirelli's tyres by suggesting drivers' opinions "aren't super important".
Webber: Podium was possible
Mark Webber believes he could have challenged for the podium had he not picked up a puncture during the Korean Grand Prix.