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24.11.2013

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Webber ends F1 career second to Vettel... again MP3

Australian driver Mark Webber has ended his Formula One career with a second place finish in Brazil behind his team mate and four-time world champion, Sebastian Vettel. The 26-year-old German finished this season by winning nine races in a row. Motorsport watchers say Vettel has had the edge on Webber, and the Australian would have needed a bit of luck to take out a world championship against him. Webber's compatriot... Source: abc.net.au

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