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Webber: Japanese GP Pole is a nice F1 farewell

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1381315_10152283840089552_1327560363_nMark Webber says that his season first and Japanese Grand Prix qualifying flying lap gives him unforgettable memories from his final F1 season.

Webber’s provisional pole lap made 0.4 seconds margin between his team-mate Sebastian Vettel, also its first he out-qualified his team-mate Vettel in this season.

“It is a nice farewell to have pole at my last attempt at Suzuka, a phenomenal track,” said Webber.

“I will never forget the first sector today – it is what we strive for, what our profession is for, so it was a real highlight today.”

“You have to take them when you get them,” said Webber. “Obviously I’ve attempted to qualify without the weapons before.”

“He backed off, the engineers told me he’d finished his lap so I could pull in front of him,” said Webber. If he was on a quick lap I would have got out of the way.”

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