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Webber looks to future after Challenge success

Mark Webber has revealed his Tasmania Challenge will take a sabbatical next year to allow him time to work with the organisers to develop a new concept set to expand the event's position as a premium adventure race in 2015.Webber, who begins a new chapter of his on-track career in the World Endurance Championship racing for the Porsche factory team next year, has confirmed his desire to also expand his commitment in adventure sports now that his long and successful F1 career has come to an end.And after the tenth anniversary edition of the Swisse Mark Webber Tasmania Challenge came to a successful conclusion in Hobart on Sunday, he is eager to use next year to help steer its direction for...
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