Malaysian Grand Prix
Red Bull team chief Christian Horner says it's impossible to say who will be driving alongside Sebastian Vettel next year but has suggested Australian Formula One driver Mark Webber is no longer at...
Mark Webber's future at Red Bull is in doubt judging by comments over the weekend.
Mat Coch Mark Webber joins an elite club this weekend as the veteran starts his 200th formula one grand prix, becoming the 13th driver in the sport's 63-year history to reach the milestone.
Tim Collings, Manama Mark Webber plays down speculation that he is ready to quit F1 for a career in sports cars.
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.
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...
Oliver Brown, Shanghai Red Bull driver says decision to overtake teammate an act of pure retribution.
As bad as things seemed for Mark Webber at the Malaysian Grand Prix, they took a sharp turn for the worse in China.
Sepang, Malaysia Australian left to rue missing a final flying lap by a matter of seconds in Malaysia.
Motorsport Mark Webber lost out in a battle with teammate Sebastian Vettel as Red Bull had a 1-2 finish in the Malaysian grand prix.
World champion Sebastian Vettel incensed Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber Sunday as he pulled off a risky overtaking move to snatch victory in a pulsating but contentious Malaysian Grand Prix.
Steve Colquhoun It's never easy to share a garage with a triple world champion.
Oliver Brown Bernie Ecclestone has criticised Red Bull for imposing team orders on Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber during Sunday's dramatic Malaysian Grand Prix, arguing that such tactics could not be justified...
Robert Grant Corrosive atmosphere within Red Bull Formula One team hits an all-time low.
Bernie Ecclestone has criticised Red Bull for imposing team orders on Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber during Sunday's dramatic Malaysian Grand Prix, arguing that such tactics could not be justified...
David Polkinghorne Former world champion Alan Jones says Mark Webber is ''stronger'' than Sebastian Vettel.
Oliver Brown, London Bernie Ecclestone argues that team orders not justified in second race of season.
Oliver Brown Former Renault team principal Flavio Briatore says drivers to go separate ways.
Mark Webber will not walk away from Red Bull despite his controversial clash with team-mate Sebastian Vettel at the Malaysian Grand Prix, according to team principal Christian Horner.
Guy Hand It was a case of bad start, best finish for Mark Webber at his home grand prix yesterday.