Mark Webber

Webber to join Alonso at Ferrari in 2013

According to Spanish website mundodeportivo.com, Red Bull driver Mark Webber will be joining Fernando Alonso at Scuderia Ferrari in 2013, replacing Felipe Massa who has struggled to regain form since his accident at the 2009 Hungarian grand prix.

Red Bull F1 Driver Mark Webber learns to fly

At last year’s European Grand Prix in Valencia, Mark Webber discovered that his RB6 literally had wings when he collided with the rear of Heikki Kovalainen’s Lotus during a passing maneuver. Such an experience would have left most of us rather partial to keeping our feet firmly planted on solid ground. But that’s not how F1 drivers are wired, especially the likeable Aussie racer Mark Webber.

Korean Grand Prix – Digital Race Facts

The digital race facts from Mercedes Petronas GP that we published for the Japanese GP proved so popular, that I thought I’d share the team’s preview document for the new Yeongam circuit in Korea as we get ready for this weekend’s grand prix.

You’re probably already aware that Yeongam is another new Hermann Tilke designed circuit and that up until a fortnight ago we weren’t 100% sure if the inaugural Korean grand prix was still on – such were the concerns that the circuit would not be ready in time.

Japanese Grand Prix – Digital Race Facts

This year’s Formula One world championship is the closest in recent memory, and it’s a fight to the wire between Red Bull Racing’s duo of Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber, Scuderia Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso and the McLaren pairing of Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton.