Webber struggling to keep motivated in final F1 races 20 September, 2013 Mark Webber with Ron Walker, Bernie Ecclestone and Daniel Ricciardo in Singapore Soon to depart Formula 1, Mark Webber has admitted his waning motivation will be stretched even further as he contests the final seven grands prix of his career in 2013. “This question’s getting pretty boring,” the Australian is quoted by Auto Motor und Sport in the Singapore paddock. He had been asked what it feels like to be contesting his last race under lights at the exciting and spectacular Singapore Grand Prix. But Webber was asked the near-identical question at historic and high-speed Monza, and at the fabled Spa-Francorchamps. “I’m using every possible trick to keep my motivation up,” added Webber, who admitted that he is looking forward to the 2014 winter without the prospect of having to go to Jerez for customary testing. (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsMcLaren: Red Bull sent coded messages to RicciardoHorner: No team orders, we let them raceRed Bull: A tremendous performance by both driversVettel: I wasn’t very confident we could do itRicciardo: I was concerned we wouldn’t get it to the flagRicciardo: Amazing how close we are it’s going to be funVettel: I was probably pushing a bit too muchRed Bull: Closest we’ve been to Mercedes in qualifying all yearVettel: I don’t believe in good luck and bad luckRed Bull drivers day one report from Singapore Alonso_is_Slow so fire him now. M451 @alonso_is_slow:Or we could get rid of you. BigE Webber = Australian for Excuses.