Mark Webber doesn’t believe Mercedes will win all the races this season despite their commanding start. He tipped Red Bull and Ferrari to take wins.
Read the review of Mark Webber’s new autobiography “Aussie Grit” and win one of five copies signed by the F1 and sports car driver.
Mark Webber would have been at a disadvantage under the new rules had he continued to race in F1 in 2014, according to Red Bull’s Adrian Newey.
Mark Webber has driven Porsche’s 2014 LMP1 contender for the first time at the Autodromo Internacional do Algarve in Portugal.
With Mark Webber heading off to a new life in the World Endurance Championship, here’s a look back on his F1 career in pictures.
As Mark Webber prepares to move his racing career to the World Endurance Championship, here are ten of his best moments as a grand prix driver.
Mark Webber has bowed out of Formula One after 215 races. How well do you remember his career? Take F1 Fanatic’s new quiz.
The last of our three Mark Webber Caption Competition specials brings us up to his last race weekend at Interlagos.
Our second Mark Webber Caption Competition is a blast from the past which takes us back to his Williams days.
As Mark Webber says goodbye to Formula One here’s the first in a trio of Caption Competitions featuring Red Bull’s race-winner.
Mark Webber said he felt pride in his achievements as a Formula One driver after finishing on the podium in his final race.
Mark Webber says his spate of poor start in recent seasons is partly due to his technique of getting the car off the line.
Mark Webber says he’s leaving Formula One because the negative aspects of the sport outweigh the positive sides of it for him.
Red Bull celebrated with doughnuts again in Abu Dhabi but this time Mark Webber joined in as well and the team avoided another fine.
Mark Webber said he was happy to take pole position at a track he does not count as one of his favourites.
Mark Webber said he was satisfied with his strategy in the Indian Grand Prix after a mid-race switch to the soft tyres.
Mark Webber is concerned that the coming change in technical regulations will make it harder for F1’s midfield teams to compete next year.
Mark Webber remains unsure that his mid-race switch to a three-stop strategy in the Japanese Grand Prix was the right decision.
Mark Webber does not think he would have been able to pass Sebastian Vettel to win the Japanese Grand Prix if he’d overtaken Romain Grosjean sooner at the end of the race.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner said Mark Webber’s switch to a three-stop strategy was chosen after he used up more of his tyres in the first stint and had to pit earlier.