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GP Week : Issue 94
RED Bull driver and world championship leader Mark Webber is expecting his car to be strong at all the remaining seven races this year, as the Australian targets his first world championship success in his ninth year of Formula One. He currently leads the championship by four points from McLaren's Lewis Hamilton, thanks to his win at last weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix. Speaking in a video interview on Red Bull's official website Webber admitted that Monza may be a worry for the team, but is still expecting to perform well once the action resumes after the summer break: "We've shown this year that the car is performing on all tracks so we hope we don't have any weak circuits," said Webber. "For sure Singapore should be good, Suzuka, Brazil and Abu Dhabi. We're a little bit worried about how the long straights might go at some of the other venues, at maybe Monza." "But the car is very, very strong at most tracks so we're ready to take on anyone at any venue and I'm looking forward to all the races coming up." Last year at Monza, Red Bull were totally outclassed by rivals Brawn and left the weekend with just an eighth place finish thanks to Sebastian Vettel, largely due to the underpowered Renault V8. He said consistency would be key in the remaining events: "It would be nice to win Spa, Suzuka and a few other victories, and along with that hopefully comes something special. We need to focus on being consistent on some tracks where we are not quite there or I'm not quite there," said Webber. Webber: Red Bull will be quick everywhere (though Monza might be a worry ...) 6