Horner - Webber isn't leaving Red Bull
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has once again dismissed rumours linking Mark Webber with a move to Ferrari next season.
Speculation has surrounded the Australian's future in recent years due to his team's perceived favouritism towards colleague Sebastian Vettel and it has been suggested in the last few weeks that he could move to the Italian giants to replace the out-of-form Felipe Massa. Webber's current deal expires at the end of the season and Ferrari are thought to want him to act as a stopgap before bringing in Sauber's Sergio Perez, who is currently part of their driver's academy. However, Horner has once again dismissed the rumours and says he fully expects the 35-year-old to extend his stay with the Milton Keynes-based outfit. "Every spring seems to be a reciprocal thing that Mark is going to Ferrari," Horner told Autosport. "He is not wearing red overalls. I think it is inevitable, almost every driver in the pit-lane has been linked alongside Fernando [Alonso] next year, but we are focused on ourselves. "Mark enjoys being within the team, he is happy here and we are happy with him. At the relevant time later in the year we will sit down and talk about the future as we have done in previous seasons."