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Mark Webber: Impossible to see where Formula E will be in next decade

Former Formula 1 driver Mark Webber believes that it is impossible to see where Formula E will be in 10 years time given the series' current growth and the rapid expansion of EV technology. Webber, 41, raced in F1 from 2002-2013, taking nine wins and 42 podiums from 215 race starts when driving for Minardi, Jaguar, Williams and Red Bull Racing. Having retired from motorsport and racing at the end of 2016 after finishing in fourth place in the FIA World Endurance Championship, Webber currently holds a representative role with Porsche who will join Formula E for Season Six. While Porsche is set to join the Formula E grid in 2019, the all-electric single seater series will also see...
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