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Webber: I have no desire to come back

Mark Webber insists that he will not be casting covetous glances in F1's direction next season, despite admitting to having had options to remain in the top flight. The Australian called time on his grand prix career ahead of the British round back in June, making the rest of the season something of a farewell tour before he heads for Porsche's nascent sports prototype return. Admitting that he has become tired of the sport's politics and restrictive technical package, as well as the friction within the Red Bull camp, Webber decided to turn his back on a series that has been his him since debuting with a points finish at the 2002 Australian Grand Prix, and insists that it is unlikely that...
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