Webber refutes Ferrari rumours
Red Bull driver Mark Webber has denied recent speculation he has signed a pre-contract with his team's rivals Ferrari.
The Australian has not enjoyed the easiest of spells with the Milton Keynes-based team, with the veteran in the past intimating team-mate Sebastian Vettel was given more attention than himself. A number of drivers, including McLaren's Jenson Button and Sauber's Sergio Perez, have been linked with a move to Ferrari, with their driver Felipe Massa continuing his poor form with the Italian outfit. The Brazilian's contract is up at the end of the season and Ferrari may well be tempted to sign a new team-mate for Fernando Alonso for next term. However, Webber has insisted he has not put pen to paper on any pre-contract with Ferrari, although the 35-year-old did not rule out a potential move in the future. He told ESPNF1: "There's a whole season ahead of us before we need to think about the future. One day the talk is about Jenson [Button joining Ferrari], then it's Sergio, now it's me. I haven't signed anything. "My focus is on this team. We have had a good start to the season, we're only four races down and the road is very, very long before we start talking about the future."