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May 24 Mark Webber's future at Red Bull is clouded, according to F1 chief executive Bernie Ecclestone.
ThursdayA's Monaco Grand Prix practice will have changed few opinions in regards to Mercedes.
Kimi Raikkonen completed the first practice sessions for the Monaco Grand Prix with the sixth fastest time of the day, with team-mate Romain Grosjean right behind him in seventh.
Kimi Raikkonen would much rather be left alone but he is happy to admit that sometimes he does not know what he is doing.
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Since the team debuted as Virgin in 2010, the red and black cars have always occupied the last rows of the grid, and Bernie Ecclestone even wanted Marussia to merge with fellow backmarker Caterham ahead of the 2013 season.
The Formula One tire debate rolls on and, unlike the 2013 Pirelli compounds, the controversy shows no signs of premature degradation on the eve of crown jewel of the F1 calendar, the Monaco Grand Prix.
After Monza, Monaco is the second-most-visited circuit in Formula One history and this year it will play host to a round of the FIA Formula One World Championship for the 60th time.
British Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes AMG walks along with his dog at the Monte Carlo circuit in Monaco, yesterday.
With speculation mounting that Mark Webber will retire to his British pub for good at the end of the Formula 1 season, Red Bull Racing is currently the girl every driver wants to be with on the dancefloor of the "Silly Season" nightclub.
The Monaco Grand Prix should be less about tire degradation and more about pole position, as Formula One returns for its showcase race on a street circuit that is notoriously difficult to overtake on.
Formula One will not revert to 2012 spec Pirelli tyres, despite the Italian company allegedly approaching the FIA requesting as much.
The Monaco Grand Prix is round 6 of the 2013 Formula One season. It is also considered as the most prestigious event on the F1 calendar.
Lotus owner Gerard Lopez is convinced Kimi Raikkonen will remain with the team for next season, announcing so in his own good time.
Changes to the Formula One tires due to be introduced next month will be less dramatic than some have feared or hoped for, supplier Pirelli said on Monday.