Competitive` Webber admits will not miss `rival` Vettel after retiring from F1
Sydney: Australian Red Bull driver Mark Webber, who finally managed to get one over rival Sebastian Vettel after beating his teammate in Top Gear`s reasonably priced car challenge, has said that he would not miss him when he retires from Formula One.
According to news.com.au, the veteran Formula 1 driver, who is retiring from the sport at the end of the season, was almost one second quicker than Vettel, but just shy of Lewis Hamilton`s best time in the cult BBC programme.
Webber and Vettel have shared a fractious relationship during their five-year partnership at Red Bull, culminating earlier this year at the Malaysian Grand Prix when the German ignored a blatant team order to deny Webber victory, the report said.
Webber said that in a competitive environment, there was always a bit of needle and there was a lot of history between the drivers.
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