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Mark Webber Retires From Racing - Takes On New Role With Porsche

mark webber’s international motorsport career appears to be over, after the former formula 1 driver announced he is stepping down from full time driving. webber, 40, said he will transition into a “special representative role” with porsche. the australian driver has represented porsche in the world endurance championship alongside timo bernhard and brendon hartley since his retirement from f1 at the end of 2013, and webber has admitted to being a porsche fan regardless.
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