Chinese Grand Prix


Red Bull no longer F1's benchmark: Webber

Former Red Bull F1 driver Mark Webber.

Mark Webber believes his former team Red Bull is no longer the benchmark in formula one, but is confident it will bounce back from its early season woes.

Hamilton wins Chinese Grand Prix

Britain's Lewis Hamilton won the Chinese Grand Prix but was denied the Formula One world championship by title rival Felipe Massa, who finished second.

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Red Bull looks to reverse Ricciardo penalty

Daniel Ricciardo.

Red Bull believes it can overturn Daniel Ricciardo's Australian Grand Prix disqualification on Monday and reinvigorate its 2014 challenge.

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Ricciardo set to step up, says Webber

Drive time: Australian Daniel Ricciardo prepares for practice ahead of the British Grand Prix.

Mark Fogarty Mark Webber thinks fellow Australian Daniel Ricciardo is ready to replace him.

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Rosberg takes pole in Bahrain

Nico Rosberg.

German Nico Rosberg saluted his Mercedes team for their overnight work on improving his car enough to land him pole position for Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix.

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Webber: I'm not quitting

Speeding on: Mark Webber prepares for the Bahrain formula one grand prix.

Tim Collings, Manama Mark Webber plays down speculation that he is ready to quit F1 for a career in sports cars.

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Webber may be replaced by Ricciardo

Daniel Ricciardo

Mark Webber's future at Red Bull is in doubt judging by comments over the weekend.

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Jones backs Webber to race off with title

Mark Webber

David Polkinghorne Former world champion Alan Jones says Mark Webber is ''stronger'' than Sebastian Vettel.

No doubting there will be a right time for wrong-time Webber

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Peter McKay When Mark Webber turns up to next weekend's Chinese Grand Prix, let's hope he keeps his raging thoughts within and elects to get square with his nemesis on the other side of the Red Bull garage at a...

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All eyes on Webber and Vettel after row

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA - MARCH 24:  Mark Webber of Australia and Infiniti Red Bull Racing prepares to drive during the Malaysian Formula One Grand Prix at the Sepang Circuit on March 24, 2013 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images)

Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber will be under fierce scrutiny as they return to the Red Bull team garage at this week's Chinese Grand Prix following a furious team row in Malaysia.

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Vettel not sorry for beating Webber


Three-time Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel says he feels no need to apologise for winning following his controversial victory at the Malaysian Grand Prix.


Quitting never on my mind: Webber

Red Bull Formula One driver Mark Webber

Red Bull driver Mark Webber Thursday denied suggestions he had been on the verge of quitting the team and said he was looking forward to moving on from the team orders controversy in Malaysia.

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'Mark didn't deserve to win': Vettel says defying team orders was an act of revenge

Sebastian Vettel.

Oliver Brown in Shanghai With astonishing candour, Sebastian Vettel admitted on Thursday night that his decision to overtake Mark Webber, his Red Bull teammate, for victory at the Malaysian Grand Prix had been an act of pure...

'Payback' in Vettel victory

Sebastian Vettel talks to Red Bull team adviser Helmut Marko.

Oliver Brown, Shanghai Red Bull driver says decision to overtake teammate an act of pure retribution.

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Massa sizzles in Shanghai

Flying laps: Mark Webber in practice for the Chinese Grand Prix.

Ferrari driver sets fastest time in Friday's practice sessions for Chinese Grand Prix.


Webber to start from the back after disastrous qualifying session

Mark Webber

A fuel issue has made for a disastrous qualifying session for Mark Webber, with the Australian set to start from 14th in Sunday’s Chinese Grand Prix.

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Webber empty, Ricciardo roars

Mark Webber gets a lift on a motorscooter after his car broke down during qualifying.

Andrew Tate Things go from bad to worse for Mark Webber ahead of Sunday's Chinese Grand prix.


Webber forced to retire as Alonso grabs win

Mark Webber

Australian Formula One driver Mark Webber has been forced to retire from the Chinese Grand Prix after his wheel fell off barely a third of the way into the race won by Ferarri's Fernando Alonso.

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Alonso's Shanghai prize as Webber fails

Fernando Alonso on his way to victory in the Chinese Grand Prix.

Shanghai Ferrari's Fernando Alonso wins an incident-packed Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai.

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Wheel-and-deal rumours fly on Webber

Tyresome: Mark Webber's Chinese Grand Prix is over after losing a wheel.

Laine Clark, Brisbane Porsche denies reports it signed F1 driver Mark Webber driver on a five-year enduro sports car deal from 2014.