Webber calls for enhanced drug testing in F1 2 November, 2012 Nov.2 (GMM) Veteran among the current crop of racers, Mark Webber has called on Formula One’s governing body to step up its drug testing, after a motorcycle racer was banned. Fellow Australian Anthony West, who races in the second-tier Moto2 category, was on Thursday banned for a month after testing positive for the stimulant Methylhexaneamine, the AAP news agency reports. Red Bull driver Webber welcomed motorcycling’s push to ensure the sport is drug-free, and called on the FIA to follow suit, in order to ensure “clarity”. “I’ve always been championing the idea to do more of it, but the FIA have never really been that strong on it,” he said. “The other drivers have never been super strong on it, so it’s never really been a huge issue.” “You know, with what’s at stake, the money involved and all that type of stuff, people do things,” Webber insisted. “It’s extremely unlikely but you never say never.” Subbed by AJN. Related NewsWebber: Vettel was making many mistakesVerstappen set for FP1 debut at SuzukaSilly Season Update: Honda want Vettel and NeweyHorner: We never realised just how good Daniel isVideo: Vettel drives first ever full lap of Russian GP venueRicciardo: We will keep fightingVettel to get new race engineer for 2015Red Bull: A phenomenal performance to get our 50th winAre Red Bull really building their own F1 engine?Ricciardo: We’ve setup the car for a dry race Venezia Well said webber. Ban grosjean. The guy ain’t stable.