Red Bull driver Mark Webber will be at the wheel of 'Luscious Liz' at this weekend's British grand prix.

Red Bull driver Mark Webber will be at the wheel of 'Luscious Liz' at this weekend's British grand prix.

The RB6 chassis was named by his teammate Sebastian Vettel at the beginning of the season, before it sustained damage and the German underperformed while Webber dominated in Barcelona and Monaco.

So Vettel, 23, stepped into the winter testing chassis and called it 'Randy Mandy'.

Meanwhile, the car driven to Webber's earlier emphatic wins this season has been temporarily retired after his backflip in the recent European grand prix.

After a tour of the team's Milton Keynes factory on Wednesday, the news agency PA said Webber will now race Vettel's earlier chassis.

The crashed car, currently featuring scrawled messages including 'RIP' courtesy of the mechanics, is now being repaired and will be used as the spare monocoque in Britain.

"I don't get attached to cars, but clearly that one was unique," said Webber, 33.

He revealed that after he won at Monaco, the team promised him he could keep the RB6.

"They'll probably give me something else (now)," he added. "But the car did a great job for me in two cases. It won races for me, and it looked after me when I needed it."

Webber's new car is unlikely to feature the 'Luscious Liz' signage on the dashboard, with the Australian admitting his relationship with German Vettel is "pretty good" after their Istanbul crash but they don't get on "like a house on fire".

"If Seb's drowning in the ocean then I'll go and help him out. It's not easy to have a beautiful, fuzzy, warm relationship when your teammate is clearly a competitor," he said.

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