F1 » Webber confirms Porsche sportscar move


Mark Webber confirms he will quit F1 at the end of the season to make the switch to sportscars

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carsohot

June 27, 2013 9:43 AM

Weather prediction over Redbull, blizzard and frostbites on the way...here comes the Ice-Man...now we will really see if Vettel is that good when he comes up against Kimi as team mate...could be worst...with Lewis...

Can not wait !!!

thelogicalview

June 27, 2013 9:47 AM

A good and wise decision from Webber, he knew his time was coming to it's end and that he would'nt get any favours from Redbull or Vettel, going to another team would not have proved anything while a return to the top echelon of sportscars with his vast experience makes a great deal of sense. Good luck Mark.

Jamal22

June 27, 2013 9:57 AM

Carsohot,

Am sorry to say Vettel would beat anyone in the Current and last two cars (11 / 12) because they were designed to fit Vettels driving style. Another car may be, but RB7, 8 or 9 no chance!!!

Redstone

June 27, 2013 10:01 AM

Perhaps Webber will get some of the plaudits he deserves . He has been royally screwed over by Red Bull. I thought something like this was coming when Force India said they would not get in the way if a big team wanted de Resta. So is de Resta heading for red Bull I wonder?

Superhunky

June 27, 2013 10:07 AM

I will miss you Mark, you always kept your chin up in adversity, and your reputation was never less than a decent guy who spoke the truth. You should be proud, and you step down at the top of your game while your employers seem only interested in blowing Vettel off. You kept your dignity, so finish well and go have some fun in LMP1 racing.

Taz

June 27, 2013 10:11 AM

Always came across as an honest guy...unlike Ross Brawn :)

He was a fans favorite and will be missed I'm sure.

Be interesting to see what he has to say about Markko when he leaves.

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