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 |  Jul 05 2013, 9:03 AM

FORMULA 1 - British Grand Prix

Red Bull isn’t wasting time in finding Mark Webber’s replacement. 

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 |  Jun 27 2013, 7:31 AM

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For the 2014 season Formula 1 pilot Mark Webber will trade his position playing second fiddle to Infiniti Red Bull Racing’s three-time World Champion Sebastian Vettel to head up an ambitious effort by Porsche.

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 |  Apr 11 2013, 5:32 PM

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As the new Infiniti Director of Performance, Sebastian Vettel is keeping busy between racing and fine tuning Infiniti’s newest machines.

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 |  Feb 04 2013, 8:30 AM

Infiniti Red Bull Racing has revealed its race car that will be used to defend its Formula One Drivers’ and Constructors’ titles in the 2013 Formula One season.

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 |  Jun 04 2011, 3:35 PM

Even though the FIA has given the go-ahead to add Bahrain to the 2011 schedule, some aren’t so sure it’s a good idea to race in the troubled country—like Mark Webber, driver for the Red Bull F1 team.

Webber was “disappointed” in the decision. “My opinion is unchanged since I was first asked about this in late February,” he wrote on his personal website and his Twitter feed. “Even though a decision has been made, I’ll be highly surprised if the Bahrain Grand Prix goes ahead this year. When people in a country are being hurt, the issues are bigger than sport.”

The unrest in Bahrain captured the attention of the world back in March, with protests against the government as part of the “Arab Spring.” The 2011 race in Bahrain is scheduled for October 30th, but the country is still in a state of turmoil, as Webber mentions.

“As a competitor I do not feel at all comfortable going there to compete in an event when, despite reassurances to the contrary, it seems inevitable that it will cause more tension for the people of that country,” he said. “I don’t understand why my sport wishes to place itself in a position to be a catalyst for that.”

[Source: Autosport]