Mark Webber believes Ferrari have signed Kimi Raikkonen as a stopgap until they can get their hands on Sebastian Vettel in 2016.
Earlier this week Ferrari confirmed that their 2007 World Champion Raikkonen would be returning to the fold next season, teaming up with Fernando Alonso.
The move places two 'number one' drivers at Ferrari for the first time since 1953 and although Webber reckons it is a "bit of a gamble", he understands why Ferrari have done it.
And one of those reason, he says, is Ferrari's intention to sign Vettel for the 2016 season.
"For lots of reasons Ferrari need to be winning again in Formula 1," the Red Bull racer told Sky Sports F1.
"It has to...
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