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

Hamilton happy to push pole-grabber Webber all the way

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Hamilton rules out making a run for pole as Webber excels

Red Bull's Mark Webber edged out Fernando Alonso and got his own back on world champion team-mate Sebastian Vettel by going quickest in the second practice session yesterday for the German Grand Prix.

Mark Webber fastest in practice for German Grand Prix

Fernando Alonso was forced to play the role of filling in a Red Bull sandwich at the end of second practice for this weekend's German Grand Prix.

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Mark Webber has admitted Sunday's team orders saga has no bearing on his future as he is already in "positive" talks with Red Bull regarding a new contract.

Webber's defiance of team orders signals likely exit

Australian looks ready to leave Red Bull after refusing to rein in his challenge to Vettel

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Hamilton left frustrated by 'crazy' race as fuel problem puts him fourth

There was a time when it seemed Lewis Hamilton might just have a chance of winning yesterday's British Grand Prix, turning around his qualifying misfortunes. But after fighting his way to third place behind the Red Bulls, he later found his McLaren did not have the pace to stay ahead of winner Fernando Alonso's Ferrari, which he had overtaken on the 15th lap.

Webber defies Renault diffuser confusion to pole

"This isn't a reply to the rule changes," Mark Webber insisted yesterday – but it certainly looked that way here as the winner of the 2010 British Grand Prix and his championship-leading team-mate, Sebastian Vettel, wrapped up the front row of the grid for today's race.

Technical row fails to ground Red Bull

Red Bull Racing shrugged off the technical row that has so far cast a shadow over the British Grand Prix weekend by locking out the front row of the Silverstone grid.

Mark Webber and Felipe Massa fastest during British Grand Prix practice

Rain put a dampener on practice for the British Grand Prix today with Red Bull's Mark Webber fastest in the morning and Ferrari's Felipe Massa on top of largely meaningless timesheets after lunch.

'Best win yet' says Vettel as he closes in on title defence

Hamilton downbeat after fourth-placed finish leaves him further behind Red Bull's German

Valencia a stroll as dominant Vettel wins again

The European Grand Prix proved to be a stroll in the Spanish sunshine for Sebastian Vettel as he claimed his sixth win from eight races this season to strengthen his stranglehold on the Formula One world championship.

Vettel navigates new map to another pole

German defies change in engine rules to assert his superiority with Hamilton forced into third
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