Today the champions confirmed that Mark Webber will drive Red Bull Racing for 2013 F1 season. Recently the some reports pull out in F1 paddock, Mark Webber joins to Ferrari for 2013 F1.
Story now changed, Red Bull confirms Mark Webber. Other vital point was Felipe Massa come-back to a fantastic form after the Monaco Grand Prix. In last race Massa finished fourth with 12 points and the vital points lifted Ferrari second on the constructors’ championship. Even though there has been talk of late that the Brazilian Felipe Massa could still stay.
Second driver Mark Webber took the repeat victory for Red Bull racing in this season, who will win in tricky Monaco Grand Prix and British Grand Prix. His team-mate double world champion Sebastian Vettel now 16 points behind him and third on the drivers’ championship.
Other speculations grow in F1 paddock that Lewis Hamilton to joins Ferrari. Last few races McLaren has really struggled and this downbeat form lift the rumours that Lewis Hamilton might want to look other top teams and also his current contract has end of this season.
Mark Webber said about the way of securing his career on Red Bull Racing and he also admits that previously he talks with Ferrari and he decided to stay with current team.
“In the end, yes it was. It’s been an interesting few months, but overall the continuity and desire for me to continue at Red Bull Racing was very strong.
“My main focus is on this year’s Championship, which is very important. In addition it’s an amazing bunch of guys and girls at Red Bull Racing and I really, really like working with them. That has a huge effect on me and how I perform in the car and it helped me in my decision.”
“There were discussions with Ferrari, but my decision was to stay here.”
Ferrari hints they are satisfied with Felipe Massa current form and the team boss Stefano Domenicali says no rush to talks about Fernando Alonso’s future team-mate.
“I am very pleased to have seen that Felipe was very quick, fighting hard and consistently throughout the weekend,” di Montezemolo told the Ferrari website. “It was very important for him and for us, because it is partly due to the points he scored that we have moved up to second in the constructors’ classification.”
“I have said all the time that we are in no rush,” Domenicali said before confirmation news of Webber’s deal with Red Bull Racing for 2013.
“I am happy to see that Felipe was fourth [at Silverstone]. He was very unlucky in Valencia, so I think it [his struggle] is all over.
“I am happy to see after a very difficult start that he is in this shape and I really hope he can keep it up to the end.” Domenicali added.
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