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Christopher Bruce2012-06-20 21:41:50

Mark Webber Plans to Stay with Red Bull

Webber has raced for Red Bull since 2007

Mark Webber says that he plans to stick with the Red Bull Formula 1 TeamRed BullRed BullAustria, 2004 > present12 models
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as long as the his results stay good. 

"The situation depends on the results I get this year. They've been very inconsistent this year. Up to the Monaco GP I hadn't even been on the podium, then I won. But qualifying has so far gone very well for me. As far as I'm concerned, I'm driving very well, and I see no difference with last year's situation. Obviously there's plenty of people who would like to come to Red Bull, but the question we have to ask ourselves is: does the team really want to change," said Webber. 

He his leaving the decision up to team leaders Christian Horner, Adrian Newey, Detrich Mateschitz and Helmut Marko. 

Webber has signed his agreements with Red Bull one year at a time, but he says that as long as he has been with the team, he has not had to put himself on the market. The team wants him back each year. If his results stay as they are, he expects the same will happen again. 

There had been rumors that Webber may move to Ferrari. 

"I have no offers from Ferrari. I know people were talking a lot about that, at least until Felipe had a good weekend in Monte Carlo. But if it was all true, then Ferrari would need to field eight cars next year! That's not possible, as there are just two cars," said Webber. 

Source: Autosport

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