Mark Webber acknowledged that achieving another victory before he retires from the sport at the end of the season would be nice, but added that it wouldn't make a much of a difference either way.
The Australian has won at least one race every year since winning his first grand prix in Germany in 2009, but has only two races left in 2013 to maintain that record.
Although he would have won in Malaysia had team-mate Sebastian Vettel not ignored team orders by passing him during the latter stages of the race at Sepang, he hasn't been able to better that performance during another season that his German ally dominated.
Webber have started two of the last three races on pole position, but has...
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