F1 veteran Mark Webber says that now he has not thinking about future driving seat at Red Bull Racing. Webber’s race seat contract will expire at end of this season. The Australian is still expecting best thing for his future is focusing on his own performances rather than what other drivers are doing.
“The most important thing for Mark Webber is that I perform,” the Australian told in an interview with the Formula 1.com. “The rest I can’t control, so I’ll just look after myself. When you are in front in Formula 1 you are always under intense scrutiny. Every corner is analysed. If teams don’t like a driver’s style or discipline it does not matter who is waiting in the wings – you are out anyway. Teams will always look at what’s best for them as drivers are a huge part of the team. I respect that and will focus on 2012 in this fashion.”
When asked other question that – you’ve never won your home Grand Prix. Will you be luckier at this year’s Melbourne event? Webber said: You have some candidates who have never made it good back home: Sebastian, Jenson (Button), and Rubens (Barrichello), you name it. Irrespective of where the first race is, I want to win it and I am really excited to start the season. Sure there is a bit more tension at the home race, but in the car you do your thing wherever you are. I am not going to let anything distract me in Melbourne. That is the plan.
“Absolutely! I had a pretty strong finish last season but unfortunately it was not the best of starts. So for 2012 I want to have a good start, keep it together in the middle part and have a good finish. And then let’s count up the points” Webber also added that Red Bull targeting still winning the championship.
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