Webber interview: The recovery drive
Mark Webber talks exclusively to Adam Cooper about conquering his ridiculous misfortune, why those training injuries are now part of history and how he is looking forward to going up against Sebastian Vettel at Red Bull
Few drivers are looking forward to Melbourne with as much anticipation as Mark Webber. Not only is it his home race, and an event in which a recent unfortunate run of bad luck has made him determined to finally bring home a good result, he's going there armed with what could be the most competitive package he's had to date.
And he's raring to get out there and take on his new team-mate, Sebastian Vettel. Will the German youngster do to Mark what his countryman Michael Schumacher did to such as Nelson Piquet, Martin Brundle and Riccardo Patrese early in his Benetton career?
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