Mark Webber

Date of birth: 27th August 1976 View FORIX Stats
Current age: 27 years
Place of birth: Queanbeyan, NSW, Australia
Resident: Mursley, Bucks, England
Current Team: Jaguar Racing
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Height: 1,84 m
Weight: 74 kg
Marital status: single
Sports: tennis, golf and all codes of football
Favourite drink: San Pellegrino eau Minerale Naturelle
Favourite food: Italian, in particular pasta
Start of racing career: Karting at age 15
First racing car: Formula Ford
Career: 1991 Karting; made Junior level debut
  1992 Karting; NSW and ACT state Champion
  1993 Karting; King of Karting Clubman Light Class, winner; Karting Canberra Cup, winner; Top Gun Award at Ian Luff Advanced Driving School
  1994 Australian Formula Ford Championship, 14th, runner-up in 'rookie of the year'
  1995 Australian Formula Ford Championship, 4th, 3 wins, 5 poles (most poles); AGP Formula Ford support race, Adelaide, winner from pole; Formula Ford at Indy support race, Surfers Paradise, 2nd; Formula Brabham, two second places; Formula Ford Festival, Brands Hatch, 3rd
  1996 British Formula Ford Championship, 2nd, four wins, four poles; European Formula Ford race at Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium, winner; Formula Ford Festival, Brands Hatch, winner; AGP Formula Holden support race, Melbourne, winner
  1997 British Formula 3 Championship with Alan Docking, 4th, one win, two poles, Autosport 'rookie of the year'; Marlboro Masters F3, Zandvoort, 3rd; Macau Formula 3 Grand Prix, 4th; tested Mercedes CLK-GTR sports car in Italy and Austria
  1998 FIA GT Championship, partnering Bernd Schneider in AMG Mercedes CLK LM, 2nd, five wins; winner of BRDC Bruce McLaren Award for most meritorious performance by a Commonwealth Driver
  1999 Le Mans 24 Hours with AMG Mercedes, withdrew after second flip during warm-up on morning of race; tested Formula 3000 at Jerez and Barcelona; tested Arrows F1 at Barcelona
  2000 FIA F3000 Championship, 3rd, one win, two fastest laps; tested Arrows F1 and Benetton-Playlife; winner of BRDC Bruce McLaren Award for most meritorious performance by a Commonwealth Driver
  2001 FIA F3000 Championship with Super Nova, 2nd, three wins; F1 Mild Seven Benetton-Renault, test driver
  2002 F1 KL Minardi Asiatech, 2 points, 16th
  2003 F1 Jaguar-Cosworth, 17 points, 10th
  2004 F1 Jaguar-Cosworth

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