Starting this week’s return of the ‘My Greatest Race’ series, Mark Webber looks back at what he sees as the best win of his career.
When discussing the greatest races and best moments by different drivers and across numerous disciplines, sometimes deciding a definitive answer can be impossible to agree on. So we tried to settle any debates once and for all by getting the drivers themselves to answer one key question: What is your greatest race?
Nine-time F1 Grand Prix winner and 2015 World Endurance Champion Webber starts off the series, as he picks out the fourth F1 victory his career which also launched his world title challenge that year.
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Williams becomes the second F1 team to put employees into furlough, as drivers George Russell and Nicholas Latifi also take pay cuts, to reduce team costs during the coronavirus crisis.
Last week, McLaren became the first team to furlough a number of staff with all UK-based teams given opportunity to by the national government who will pay 80% of the wages of each employee during the shutdown.
Williams hasn’t disclosed how many staff have been put into furlough, with all employees affected thought to be connected to the race team, but did confirm it will last for two months. Senior management and drivers George Russell and Nicholas Latifi have taken a 20% pay cut in line with furlough measures.