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Webber backs Vettel for 2014 title

– Mark Webber says long-time Red Bull team-mate Sebastian Vettel will remain the driver to beat next season. The Australian, who is embarking upon a new sportscar challenge with Porsche, reckons that although there are a plethora of regulation changes, the Milton Keynes-based outfit is well positioned to cope with the demands. If successful, Vettel would wrap up a fifth consecutive world title, equalling Juan Manuel Fangio's overall total. "Seb's the favourite for the drivers' championship," Webber told BBC Sport. "They'll be favourites for starting the season very strongly, which is probably not what people at home want to hear. I think they are going to be very...
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