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Tributes paid to departing Webber

id="story_continues_1" itemprop="description"> Fernando Alonso said Formula 1 would miss Mark Webber following the Red Bull driver's final grand prix. The Australian bowed out with a second place at the Brazilian Grand Prix, behind team-mate Sebastian Vettel and just ahead of Alonso, his close friend. 'We will remember this battle; we will miss him,' the Ferrari driver said. 'A great man, a great character, a driver of the old school, a lot of values in his personality. He is not afraid to say what he thinks.' Webber's second place at Interlagos was the 42nd podium finish of a 12-year career that has spanned 215 races. He has taken nine victories and narrowly missed...
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