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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

Vettel takes pole in European Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel again destroyed the field in qualifying ahead of tomorrow's European Grand Prix as he clinched his seventh pole in eight races this season.

Webber sets pace in European GP practice

Mark Webber was comfortably quickest in first practice for Sunday's European Grand Prix as Red Bull Racing clearly adopted different strategies with their drivers.

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Panic stations! The UK's high tax regime is causing the country to bleed talent, according to the distinguished composer Andrew Lloyd Webber. He warns that the 50 per cent tax rate on the highest earners "could be the nail in the coffin of Britain PLC", causing a shortage of creative talent and costing the country billions in lost revenue. Who will be left for him to collaborate with?

Vettel grabs pole at Canadian Grand Prix

Formula One champion Sebastian Vettel chalked up his sixth pole position in seven races at the Canadian Grand Prix today to maintain Red Bull's stranglehold on qualifying.

Drivers call for safety talks after two crashes at Monaco

Two major accidents at the chicane and two drivers hospitalised took the gloss off the Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday and raised questions about safety levels on the tightest circuit on the F1 calendar.

Ice-cool Vettel thwarts Hamilton's challenge to confirm his superiority

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Vettel holds off Hamilton late charge in Spain

Sebastian Vettel held off a determined late charge from Lewis Hamilton to continue his stunning start to the Formula One season.

Webber in form but qualifying is a drag for rivals

Perhaps Mark Webber just had to take his first pole position since Spa in August last year, or perhaps he felt subtle pressure to keep his end up after his New Zealand protégé Mitch Evans had done likewise for the GP3 race. Either way, the Aussie battler was in terrific form all weekend on the circuit where he won so dominantly in 2010, and even his team-mate, Sebastian Vettel, did not look for excuses despite having lost track time with a small problem in the morning and not having a working KERS in the afternoon.

Mark Webber ends Vettel's run of poles

Mark Webber finally ended Red Bull team-mate Sebastian Vettel's run of poles as he clinched top spot on the grid for tomorrow's Spanish Grand Prix.

Hamilton burst offers hope to Red Bull's rivals

There was a moment during the second free practice session here yesterday afternoon when Red Bull's rivals involuntarily issued collective gasps of dismay.

Red Bull set pace during Spanish Grand Prix practice

Mark Webber led Spanish Grand Prix practice today as the dominating pace of Formula One leader Red Bull again gave it the edge over McLaren while the introduction of new tires threatened to throw up surprises.

Vettel looks unstoppable after Turkish win

Sebastian Vettel continued his dominance of the 2011 Formula One season with victory in the Turkish Grand Prix today.

Vettel enjoys chance to sit back and watch the world fail to go by

Sebastian Vettel has been watching more of his rivals' on-track efforts this weekend than he usually does. More often than not in recent races they've been barely visible in his Red Bull's rear-view mirrors, but after his heavy shunt in the rain on Friday morning he had to sit out the afternoon session as his car was repaired, then yesterday afternoon he and histeam-mate, Mark Webber, each elected to do only one run in the final qualifying session, and thus watched their rivals trying to knock them off the front row of the grid.

Sebastian Vettel takes Turkish Grand Prix pole

Formula One champion Sebastian Vettel will again lead from the front at the Turkish Grand Prix after the German driver secured his fourth straight pole position of the season on today.

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