Red Bull Racing wants Sebastien Buemi for 2012

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Red Bull Racing are reportedly lining up Sebastien Buemi as Mark Webber’s replacement for the 2012 f1 season. Even though Red Bull freshly offered Webber a new agreement, the contract is just for one year, 2011, paving the way for the Australian to be replaced the subsequent season.

And, according to Blick newspaper, Red Bull consultant Helmut Marko has already chosen Webber’s replacement: Toro Rosso driver Sebastien Buemi.

The newspaper claims that Marko was so impressed with Buemi’s drive in Canada, which he claimed was “aggressive, controlled and super-fast” that he reckons the 21-year-old would be the perfect man to take over Webber’s race-seat in 2012. That would hand Red Bull a double Seb line-up as the team already has Sebastian Vettel on the books for the predictable future.

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