The 32-year-old, still recovering from his badly broken right leg, is approaching his third consecutive season with the Milton Keynes-based squad but insists he is in no mood to go onto the driver market.

Mark Webber is hoping for a long-term future with Red Bull Racing.

The 32-year-old, still recovering from his badly broken right leg, is approaching his third consecutive season with the Milton Keynes-based squad but insists he is in no mood to go onto the driver market.

"I am happy with Red Bull and I hope Red Bull will be happy with me," the Australian is quoted as saying by redbulletin.com.

Alongside David Coulthard, Webber scored 21 of Red Bull's 29 points in 2008. In 2009, he will be partnered with the impressive German youngster Sebastian Vettel.

"If I keep my consistency and get everything out of the car, I will have no worries for the future," Webber claims.

"I plan to stay on with Red Bull long-term. In fact, I do not see me working with any other team."

 

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