Webber To Stay At Red Bull
11:46am 7th June 2010
(Updated 1:20pm 7th June 2010)
In Formula One Aston Clinton based driver Mark Webber has signed a new contract with Red Bull.
The deal means the currrent world championship leader will remain with the team next season.
He's currently top of the driver standings on 93 points, followed by Britains Jenson Button on 88.
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* Pictured Mark Webber speaking to Mix96 reporter Andrew Kay
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