Webber focused on 'own' race

Saturday 24th November 2012

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Webber focused on 'own' race

Webber focused on 'own' race

Mark Webber has no intention of playing wing man to team-mate Sebastian Vettel in Sunday's title showdown in Brazil.

Having qualified just ahead of his Red Bull team-mate in third place, Webber could either help or hinder the German at the start as they for track position.

That, though, may not be the only time the duo are in close quarters in a race where Vettel is attempting to clinch his third World title.

However, the German should not expect any favours from his Aussie team-mate as Webber says he'll be paying attention only to his own race.

"I think we focus on ourselves tomorrow and do the cleanest race I can. We know there is some tricky weather today," said Webber.

"I will be focusing entirely on my own cockpit."

However, all the teams face an added threat as heavy rain is forecast for Sunday's 71-lap race.

"We know Interlagos can be very hit and miss," Webber said of the weather.

"A little shower can generate from everywhere and surprise you. We could run all three types of tyres - wet, slicks and inters.

"We need to keep our eyes open tomorrow. That is what can happen. Whatever it is, it will be a good final grand prix of the year and I am looking forward to a good result."

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