WEC 6 Hours of Sao Paulo – Update Mark Webber
After clinching pole position for the last race of the season, Mark had a very heavy accident in Sunday’s six-hour race in Sao Paulo. With less than half an hour to go Mark, who shares the Le Mans Prototype with Timo Bernhard (Germany) and Brendon Hartley (New Zealand), crashed heavily into the barriers at the […]Read more
Interlagos is without a doubt a legendary circuit. It has always been one of my most favourite tracks because of the history with the drivers they’ve had; Senna, Piquet and Fittipaldi did a huge amount for the sport. The Brazilian’s love motorsport and are very passionate about it, it’s got a great atmosphere and there’s […]Read more
Bahrain heat – it’s gonna be a warm nights’ work
Bahrain hasn’t been a track I had much success on in F1, I have never found out the secrets of that place. I covered off most tracks in my trophy cabinet and it would be nice to add to that this weekend. We tested in Bahrain already with the Porsche at the start of the […]Read more
Media Alert: In-depth interview with Mark on BBC Extratime!
Fans around the world will be able to tune in to an in-depth interview with Mark on BBC Extratime next week. Mark discusses growing up in NSW, his heroes of the time and how he got into motorsports, as well as his rise through the ranks, reflections on his F1 career, the Tasmania Challenge and his […]Read more
Next Stop: Shanghai
Off the back of our great result in Fuji I am looking forward to getting back into the car in China. I know the track in Shanghai very well from my days in F1 and it’s a great circuit. The course has different winding turns and two long straights. The first corner is very unique […]Read more
Mark previews the WEC race in Fuji
F1, Super GT, motor bike races and endurance racing – Japan is definitely a motor sport crazy county. I’ve got good memories of watching the Suzuka 8 Hours motorcycle race on TV when I grew up, as a lot of Australians ride in that race. I’ve raced sports cars before in Japan but that was […]Read more
School’s out for summer
Cutting down from 20 to eight races in a season sounds like gaining a lot of downtime – and it would, if you weren’t a competitive, driven, outdoor loving Aussie who can’t quite sit still. Mark has a thirteen-week gap until the next race in Austin in September and he talks about the racing break, […]Read more
New Endurance Hoodies now available online!
Endure. Perform. Persevere. Aussie Grit. The wait is over: the new male and female Endurance Hoodies are now available on the markwebber.com online shop! The latest item in the Mark Webber Endurance Supporters Range has made it back from Le Mans and those of you who were cheering Mark on from home now have the opportunity to […]Read more
New Endurance Hoodies out now!
The next item in the 2014 Mark Webber Endurance Supporters Range is out just in time for Mark’s return to Le Mans this weekend! In a bid to ensure the die-hard fans attending the world famous Le Mans 24hr race have the first chance to get their hands on these stylish new male and female […]Read more
Fourth and final webisode of Mark’s return to Le Mans
With the 24 hours of Le Mans just days away, it’s crunch time for Mark and the Porsche team. On June 14, Mark will step back into a prototype sports car and head out onto the Circuit de La Sarthe – the place where he’s got some unfinished business. //endsRead more