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GP Week : Issue 75
GPWEEK and ESPNF1.com to collaborate GPWEEK has recently finalised a content and cross- promotion agreement with F1 website ESPNF1.com. ESPNF1.com is the newest addition to ESPN's award- winning sport sites. "ESPNF1.com has had a strong launch and has taken its place among ESPN's industry-leading collection of sites," said Andrew Hall, director of digital content, ESPN - Europe, the Middle East and Africa. "This collaboration with GPWEEK will allow us to further enhance the breadth and depth of content that we offer to fans of the world's top motorsport competition." Added GPWEEK publisher Chris Lambden, "As we look to further expand the reach and audience for our pioneering publishing project, our agreement with ESPNF1.com is clearly a tremendous boost. We look forward to working with one of the world's leading media companies." ESPNF1.com was rebranded in December 2009, replacing Racing-Live.com, which was acquired by ESPN in March 2008. Webber slams retirement rumours MARK Webber has denied he has any plans to call it a day at the end of this year, after Lewis Hamilton said he got "the sense" that Webber would retire if he becomes champion. "He has the best chance to end on that high this year and I wouldn't be surprised if he was considering it," said Lewis. "I have no intention of retiring whatever kind of season I have," says Mark. "It's Lewis' opinion and he's free to that. I've got no big problem with what he said. I'm very happy at the moment. It's a good situation for me." Webber has a car capable of going all the way, but he is the first to admit he's closer to the end of his career than the beginning.. However, there is no doubting his fitness or that he's at the top of his game, following his crushing victories in Germany and Brazil last year. It would seem Lewis views Webber as a major threat this year, and thought he'd take a cheap shot. For your daily dose of Formula 1 news ... 12