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Aussie Grit

by Mark Webber

And no one knows this better than Australian Formula One legend Mark Webber. His career in F1 stretched for an incredible eleven years, seeing him garner thirteen poll positions, earn forty-two podiums and win nine races including the crown jewel of F1, the Monacco Grand prix, twice.

But there’s more than F1 to the story of the boy from Queanbeyan. In this candid book, Webber divulges the personal struggles that formed his Aussie grit character and reveals for the first time what really went down at Red Bull and the truth behind his rivalry with teammate Sebastian Vettel.

From his near career-ending injury in 2008, his breakthrough ‘not bad for a number two driver’ win in 2009 to the ‘Multi 21’ controversy of 2011 and his new beginning with Porche and the challenge of Le Mans 2014, Mark Webber pulls no punches in this captivating, personal story.


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01 July, 2015

About Mark Webber

Mark Webber was born in 1976 in Queanbeyan, NSW. In 1995 he moved to Europe to pursue his motor racing dream. He made his Formula One debut in 2002, and won his first race in 2009 at the German Grand Prix. He retired from Formula One at the end of 2013. In June 2014 he will be competing in the Le Mans 24-hour race for Porche. Mark now lives with his partner Ann and their dogs in Noosa.



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