Mark Webber1976-08-27 (age 43)
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When Red Bull found its way out of F1's midfield and joined the hunt for wins, tensions between Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel began to flare. The first of those fall-outs came in the 2010 Turkish Grand Prix during a high-speed tangle for the lead...
On March 24, 2013, Sebastian Vettel infamously disobeyed team orders from Red Bull to hold station behind Mark Webber at the 2013 Malaysian Grand Prix. Seven years on, we recap that ‘Multi 21’ incident.
Former Monaco Grand Prix winners Nico Rosberg and Mark Webber have praised Lewis Hamilton for what Rosberg described as an "awesome job" en route to a nervy win in the Principality.
Ferrari should consider writing off its 2019 Formula 1 campaign and switching focus to next year if it doesn't quickly turn the tables on Mercedes, reckons Mark Webber.
The Red Bull Racing RB6 that Mark Webber has in his personal car collection is a Sebastian Vettel race winner.
Mark Webber will drive the unique 700-horsepower Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport around Mount Panorama during the upcoming Bathurst 12 Hour weekend.
Ever since racing teams ran more than one car, each driver’s best gauge of performance has been their teammate. While some have managed to coexist in harmony, many took another route – turning competition into conflict. Here, we rank the Top 12 most toxic Formula 1 driver pairings in history…
Former Red Bull driver Mark Webber believes Formula 1 has already gone "too far" with fan access and that the series is in danger of "trivialising" drivers.
Former grand prix driver Mark Webber hopes that Fernando Alonso doesn’t come to regret his sportscar assault this year by getting too burned out to deliver his very best in Formula 1.
Daniel Ricciardo should focus on beating Max Verstappen this year rather than worrying about which team he'll drive for in 2019, according to former Red Bull Racing driver Mark Webber.
Red Bull has "softened" and got "calmer" with its Formula 1 junior programme in recent years, reckons its long-time driver Mark Webber.
Mark Webber has been announced as the first 2018 inductee into the Australian Motor Sport Hall of Fame.
Finding a way to keep evocative LMP1 cars at the forefront of the Le Mans 24 Hours is “pivotal” for the future of the race, believes Mark Webber.