1. In November 2003, Mark Webber organised and competed in a 10-day trek across Tasmania to raise funds for children's cancer research charities.
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8. On 13 October 2016, Mark Webber announced that he would retire from driving at the end of the 2016 season in order to take up a representative role with Porsche.
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10. Mark Webber finished third in Italy, his fourth podium of the season.
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12. Mark Webber was retained by Red Bull Racing for 2013, which was to be his last season with the team.
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13. Mark Webber achieved his second win of the season at the British Grand Prix, passing Alonso late in the race.
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16. Mark Webber took his only victory of the season at Brazilian Grand Prix, taking the lead from teammate Vettel after he developed a gearbox issue.
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18. Mark Webber started the 2011 season with a fifth-place finish at the Australian Grand Prix, having started from third on the grid, after struggling to keep up with teammate Vettel due to a damaged chassis.
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19. At the 2011 British Grand Prix, Mark Webber was presented with the Hawthorn Memorial Trophy for 2010.
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21. Mark Webber set his first ever fastest lap in Formula One.
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22. On 23 July, Mark Webber signed a new contract committing him to the Red Bull team for the 2010 Formula One season.
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23. Mark Webber moved up to third in the Drivers' Championship after his win, at that time his best position in Formula One, passing Barrichello in the championship standings.
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31. Mark Webber finally recorded the second podium of his career at the European Grand Prix after qualifying in 6th position.
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32. Mark Webber finished only 10th in Turkey, where despite running fourth after a first-lap accident, he struggled from then on.
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34. Mark Webber was awarded the Lorenzo Bandini Trophy in 2006 for his 2005 season.
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35. Mark Webber described the 2005 season as "frustrating" and acknowledged that his reputation had somewhat diminished but opted to stay on with Williams despite an offer from BMW Sauber.
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38. Mark Webber suffered two engine failures in practice for the Monaco Grand Prix, the first of which forced Webber to extinguish it himself after being unable to find a track-side marshal willing to help.
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39. Mark Webber continued his good performance in the Saturday session taking a career-best 3rd on the grid, Jaguar Racing's best qualifying performance in their four-year Formula One history.
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42. Mark Webber joined the championship-winning Super Nova Racing team, and despite winning at Imola, Monaco and Magny-Cours, he finished second overall to British driver Justin Wilson.
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44. Mark Webber spoke to Formula One team owner Eddie Jordan, who introduced him to fellow Australian Paul Stoddart.
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45. Mark Webber took strong finishes in the Marlboro Masters at Zandvoort and the Macau Grand Prix (4th), both times making his circuit debut.
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46. Mark Webber took a further four podium finishes, including a second place in the support race for the 1997 British Grand Prix, and finished the season in fourth overall.
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49. Mark Webber was given a test at Snetterton with the Van Diemen team, and subsequently earned a works drive for the team at the 1995 Formula Ford Festival, at Brands Hatch, where he finished third.
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51. Mark Webber began his relationship with sport at a young age, working as a ball boy for premiership winning rugby league team, the Canberra Raiders, during the late 1980s.
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52. Mark Webber was born in Queanbeyan, New South Wales, son of Alan Webber, a local motorcycle dealer, and his wife Diane.
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54. On 27 June 2013, Mark Webber announced he would be retiring from Formula One at the end of the season.
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56. Mark Webber finished the 2010 season in third place having led for a long period, losing out to teammate Sebastian Vettel in the final race of the season.
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58. Mark Webber made his Formula One debut in 2002, scoring Minardi's first points in three years at his and Stoddart's home race.
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59. Mark Webber beat future F1 World Champion Fernando Alonso, then 19, in the 2000 International Formula 3000 season.
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60. Mark Webber began a partnership with fellow Australian Paul Stoddart, at that time owner of the European Racing Formula 3000 team, which eventually took them both into Formula One when Stoddart bought the Minardi team.
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