Sport Red Bull mechanic hoist Mark Webber up on their shoulders after his final Formula One race in Brazil

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

Vettel predicts tight fight for F1 title

Formula One champion Sebastian Vettel dismissed the prospect of running away with a third straight driver's title, predicting Monday a more competitive season because of rule changes that have cost Red Bull a precious advantage.

Bobsleigh: Silver success for British pair

Great Britain won their third medal of the Winter Youth Olympic Games in Innsbruck yesterday when the bobsleigh pair of Mica McNeil and Jazmin Sawyers took silver. Marije van Huigenbosch and Sanne Dekker of the Netherlands won gold.

Buemi named as Red Bull reserve

Red Bull have sprung a surprise by naming Sebastien Buemi, who was dropped from feeder team Toro Rosso, as the reserve driver for their senior team.

Red Bull name Sebastien Buemi as test and reserve driver

Red Bull Racing have thrown a Formula One lifeline to Switzerland's Sebastien Buemi by appointing him as their test and reserve driver after he was discarded by sister team Toro Rosso.

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Mark Webber turns attention to 2012 Formula One season

Only a week has passed since Formula One packed up for the year in Brazil, and while Red Bull's Mark Webber is "putting his feet up" after an arduous season the Australian's thoughts have already turned to the 2012 season-opener in Melbourne.

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Webber ends his drought as Red Bull share glory

Another race, another annihilation. Red Bull staged one final crushing demonstration in Sao Paulo yesterday as Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel blew away the opposition.

Mark Webber: Took advantage of Vettel’s gearbox problems to earn his first win of the season

Webber ends his drought as Red Bull share glory

Another race, another annihilation. Red Bull staged one final crushing demonstration in Sao Paulo yesterday as Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel blew away the opposition.

Vettel takes pole to set new milestone

Sebastian Vettel today became a Formula One record-breaker as the pole magician conjured up the 15th of his phenomenal season ahead of tomorrow's finale in Brazil.

Vettel takes record pole for Red Bull

Red Bull set a Formula One record of 16 pole positions in a season when double world champion Sebastian Vettel lapped fastest in qualifying for the inaugural Indian Grand Prix today.

Mark Webber tops time sheets in Spa practice

Mark Webber took the honours in another rain-hit practice session ahead of Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix.

Sebastian Vettel will not dominate rest of season says team-mate Mark Webber

Mark Webber has written off Red Bull team-mate Sebastian Vettel's chances of reasserting his dominance this season.

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It's squeaky-bum time for Vettel

For the first time in over a year, the momentum is against Sebastian Vettel.

Button expects close battle in Hungary GP

McLaren's Jenson Button expects another close fight between the top teams at this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix. Button's team-mate Lewis Hamilton won a race-long battle with Ferrari's Fernando Alonso and Red Bull's Mark Webber in Germany on Sunday.

Hamilton wins enthralling German Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton reignited his Formula One championship challenge with a much-needed victory in the German Grand Prix.

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