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.
Mark Webber says he’ll cherish the memory of setting pole position at Suzuka at his last appearance at the track.
Mark Webber says the fast-wearing nature of Pirelli’s tyres caused the failure seen on Sergio Perez’s car during the Korean Grand Prix.
Mark Webber said he has come to terms with the ten-place grid penalty he has this weekend due to collecting his third reprimand of the season in the Singapore Grand Prix.
This new video shot by a fan at the Singapore Grand Prix shows the moment after Sunday’s race when Mark Webber earned himself a reprimand – and consequently a ten-place grid penalty – in more detail.
Mark Webber has hit out at the FIA’s decision to reprimand him following Sunday’s Singapore Grand Prix.
Mark Webber will receive a ten-place grid penalty for the next race as a consequence of being given a lift to the pits by Fernando Alonso today.
Mark Webber believes F1 races are still excessively dominated by having to manage tyre wear.
Mark Webber gave a strong hint about who his successor at Red Bull will be in 2014.
Mark Webber is set to retire from F1 at the end of the season after over 200 grand prix starts. This first instalment of a new series looks at how Webber reached the top flight of motor racing.
Mark Webber was frustrated after technical problems limited him to tenth place in qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Red Bull have dropped Mark Webber from their test schedule at Silverstone following a “clarification” from the FIA.
Webber is craving a purer form of racing and said F1 is “off his radar” now as he prepares to return to Le Mans with Porsche.
Mark Webber said he made his decision to leave F1 and join Porsche’s LMP1 sports car team “quite a long time” ago.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says the team support Mark Webber’s decision to retire from F1 at the end of the year.
Mark Webber has confirmed he will not race for Red Bull in 2014, leaving a vacancy at one of F1’s top teams. Who will take it?