Articles tagged with: Mark Webber
Brazilian GP, Headline, Race Reaction »
Mark Webber ensured he didn’t leave 2011 without a winners’ trophy to his name after clinching the season finale in Brazil. Red Bull always looked like the team to beat and he and race leader Sebastian Vettel quickly pulled away from the chasing pack. However, gearbox troubles for Vettel handed the initiative to Webber while the German had to nurse the RB7 home to second place.
Brazilian GP, Headline, Qualifying »
Sebastian Vettel rounded-off 2011 with a new record for the number of pole positions in one year. A time of 1 minute 11.918s saw him edge out his team mate in an all-Red Bull front row as Mark Webber tries to avoid finishing the season without a victory. Just behind them, Jenson Button led an all-McLaren second-row…
Caption This »
No, not Lawrence of Arabia, this week’s Caption This… features Mark Webber who Red Bull decided to take out into the desert while in Abu Dhabi. Fortunately they did bring him back again as he finished fourth in the race. That aside, we’re looking for a caption for this picture to amuse and entertain us, so ladies and gentlemen, do your
Headline, Indian GP, Qualifying »
Red Bull returned to pole dominating ways with Sebastian Vettel’s 13th of the season – unlucky for everyone else. A time of 1 minute 24.178s comfortably beat Lewis Hamilton in to second. However, the McLaren driver takes a three place grid penalty meaning third quickest Mark Webber will make it an all Red Bull front row.
Headline, Korean GP, Race Reaction »
Sebastian Vettel celebrated clinching his second World championship a week ago in style with what turned out to be a comfortable victory after snatching the lead under braking into turn 4 of the first lap. Meanwhile, second placed Lewis Hamilton was more preoccupied with holding off Mark Webber in the closing stages…
Headline, Race Reaction, Singapore GP »
A ninth victory of the year for Sebastian Vettel took him within a hair’s breadth of becoming the youngest ever double World Champion. Jenson Button leaves him as the only mathematical challenger but even if the McLaren driver won all the remaining races, a single point is now enough for Vettel. Mark Webber completed the podium.