Mark Webber says he never entertained the possibility of not seeing out the 2013 season following the team orders row in Malaysia.
The Malaysian Grand Prix row marked a new low in Mark Webber’s relationship with team mate Sebastian Vettel. But he has more than that on his mind.
Sebastian Vettel apologised to team mate Mark Webber after ignoring a team order not to overtake him during the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Mark Webber’s problems in the Australian Grand Prix were not caused by a problem on his Electronic Control Unit, according to McLaren.
Did Red Bull lose their way in the off-season, or were they quietly preparing for the development race ahead while giving nothing away?
Mark Webber says it’s still too early to judge how competitive Red Bull are but admitted their pre-season preparation was “better than last year”.
Mark Webber expects the new restrictions introduced on DRS this year will not make it less useful for overtaking.
Mark Webber says it isn’t clear whether the 2013 generation of Pirelli tyres have produced the gains in speed that were expected.
Christian Horner says Mark Webber will continue to receive equal treatment at Red Bull.
Mark Webber is unmoved by Helmut Marko’s recent criticism of him, saying ‘I’ve never been part of his agenda’.
“He can call on reserves that other drivers might not have: Fernando Alonso, for example, who is busy with politics and funny comments.”
An unhappy Mark Webber hit out at Romain Grosjean following their clash on the first lap of the Japanese Grand Prix.
Mark Webber has lost the point he scored in the Singapore Grand Prix after being handed a penalty.
Mark Webber will lose five places on the grid for the Belgian Grand Prix due to a gearbox change.
Mark Webber is the third driver to receive a five-place penalty on the grid for the German Grand Prix.
Mark Webber will continue to drive for Red Bull in 2013 having discussed a potential move to Ferrari with the Italian team.
Mark Webber strongly rebuffed claims he and Red Bull team mate Sebastian Vettel won races with an “illegal” car.
The F1 Fanatic 2012 season preview continues with the first of our team profiles – on reigning world champions Red Bull.
Mark Webber says the teams expect few surprises from the changed tyre compounds in 2012.
Red Bull dominated the 2011 season in a manner not seen since the Schumacher-Ferrari days.