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Webber was presented with a Brazilian flag signed by all 21 of the other drivers on the grid by F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone following his final race for Red Bull

Mark Webber after his victory in the British Grand Prix

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Mark Webber celebrates his British Grand Prix win on Sunday

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Spaniard Fernando Alonso slid and splashed through atrocious conditions to hand Ferrari their first Formula One pole since 2010 in a rain-delayed British Grand Prix qualifying today.

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Red Bull's Vettel wins pole at European GP

Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel will attempt to win the European Grand Prix from pole position for the third year in a row after setting the fastest time in qualifying today.

Sebastian Vettel impresses during practice for European Grand Prix

Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel was the fastest through two practice sessions today for Formula One's European Grand Prix.

Webber denies talk of Vettel assistance

Mark Webber has denied trying to be “fancy” around Monaco in an attempt to assist Red Bull team-mate Sebastian Vettel.

Red Bull driver Mark Webber welcomes timely victory in Monaco

Mark Webber hailed his Monaco Grand Prix victory as timely as he thrust himself firmly into contention for this year's Formula One world title.

The Sports Matrix: Monday 28 May 2012

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Mark Webber wins thrilling Monaco Grand Prix

Mark Webber won the Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday to make Formula One history, while Fernando Alonso moved narrowly into the championship lead.

Sebastian Vettel celebrates victory at the Bahrain Grand Prix

F1 champion Sebastian Vettel reveals lack of confidence at Red Bull

Sebastian Vettel has admitted confidence is not what it used to be inside Red Bull despite hitting the front again in this year's Formula One world title race.

Jenson Button wins Australian Grand Prix

McLaren's Jenson Button won the Australian Grand Prix for the third time ahead of world champion Sebastian Vettel in an incident-packed season opener this morning.

Mark Webber knows (and cares) about the history of his sport

'Tough nut' Webber in the mood to crack Vettel's control

Red Bull driver's pre-season has left him in a positive frame of mind

Pastor Maldonado in action today

Williams driver Pastor Maldonado fastest during testing

Venezuelan driver Pastor Maldonado was the fastest at a Formula One testing session today.

McLaren in action in Jerez

McLaren MP4-27 'feels right' says Jenson Button

Jenson Button is convinced he has "a good base" on which to build a more solid start to the new Formula One season.

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