Mark Webber

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Webber: Vettel Is ‘Tired’ After 6 Years At Ferrari

Mark Webber, a former team-mate of Sebastian Vettel at Red Bull, has said he believes the four-time World Champion is still “tired” from the six years he spent at Ferrari. Vettel joined Aston Martin for the 2021 F1 season, and many in the paddock had tipped him to benefit from the change of environment, especially

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Ex-F1 Driver Certain Lewis Hamilton Is Nearing Retirement

Former F1 racer Mark Webber is certain that Sir Lewis Hamilton is nearing retirement, with him expecting the seven-time World Champion to remain in Formula One for only another year or two. READ: ‘Time Is Ticking’: Max Verstappen Could Ditch Red Bull For Mercedes Hamilton inked a contract extension with Mercedes in February after his

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‘He’s Not A Mid-Pack Guy’: Webber On Former Team-Mate Sebastian Vettel

Sebastian Vettel’s Aston Martin adventure got off to a disappointing start on Saturday, with him struggling with the AMR21 and qualifying down in P18 for the Bahrain GP after his final lap was compromised by a couple of yellow flags. READ: Nikita Mazepin Explains Why He Breached ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ Speaking earlier in the week, Mark

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Max Verstappen Not Yet On Lewis Hamilton’s Level – Ex-F1 Driver

Max Verstappen was the only driver able to challenge the dominant Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas last season. And, while many in the paddock consider Verstappen to be the most talented driver on the current F1 grid – especially as he outperformed the Mercedes on a few occasions despite driving an inferior car


Keep An Eye On Charles Leclerc’s Future At Ferrari – Webber

Charles Leclerc has established himself as the number one driver at Ferrari and the team is putting a lot of its faith in him to deliver race wins and titles once they have a more competitive package. But, ex-F1 driver Mark Webber has warned that the young Monegasque could be looking to leave the Scuderia