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Webber still has it - Horner

Red Bull boss Christian believes Mark Webber would have been able to compete at the front of the grid if he wanted to continue his Formula One career. The 37-year-old finished his F1 career with a second place in Brazil last month before joining Porsche on a long-term deal in 2014. "If he had chosen to continue, for sure," the Red Bull Team Principal admitted to Autosport when he was quizzed about Webber's abilities. "He is still running at a level that is extremely high. "The problem is that Mark fell out of love with Formula One and is ready for a new challenge in his life. "He is excited about that challenge and the timing is right for him to move onto pastures...
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