Webber not ruling out Ferrari switch after Red Bull 26 May, 2013 Mark Webber and Fernando Alonso are mates Red Bull‘s Mark Webber has ruled out continuing his Formula 1 career with a small team – but he’s leaving the door open to Ferrari. In the wake of the ‘Multi-21′ team orders saga, in which his relationship with Sebastian Vettel hit an all-time low, the 36-year-old Australian was photographed out for dinner with his friend Fernando Alonso. “Well, Fernando and I have often had dinner together since 2001, but Twitter wasn’t invented then,” Webber told the Spanish newspaper El Pais. “I’ve also posted pictures with Jenson and with others, but when it was Fernando, everyone said ‘Oh my god!’ That’s what the press does.” But, with Red Bull not ruling out pairing Vettel with his friend Kimi Raikkonen next year, does Webber rule out joining his friend, Spaniard Alonso, at Ferrari in 2014? “In Formula 1 you can never say never,” Webber answered, “but right now my commitment to Red Bull is solid — we’ve been through some very good moments together. “I’ve always said I would not go back to a small team,” he insisted. Tweet Related NewsWebber thinks Vettel lacks feeling for carMarko: Mr Vettel is one of our most expensive itemsSilly Season: Vettel and Red Bull deny Alonso swapVettel buys a Ferrari California for father NorbertAlonso: Ricciardo was very, very smart – a great fightRed Bull and Ferrari considered protesting MercedesRaikkonen manager says problems similar to VettelEcclestone: Vettel needs to go where the best car isMarko: Ferrari made Newey an absurd offerVettel: Driving an F1 Ferrari is so pure, so direct! Steve Mark has spent the last several years acting as Alonso’s wing-man, so he might as well make it official. Yeahok He is already a Ferrari driver, just look at 2010 and 2012 seasons, the way he worked against Vettel and tried to help Alonso. Not Bernie If Ferrari are looking for a top tier driver then Webber would surely be a good choice. Not sure how Alonso would feel being No. 2. All I can say about the ex-racing driver, Massa, is at least his bank account is healthy.