New Red Bull RB9 chassis for Webber after Korea fire 10 October, 2013 The fire damaged car of Mark Webber is removed from the circuit in Korea Mark Webber will be using a new Red Bull RB9 chassis in Japan this weekend, after his crash in Korea and subsequent fire. Ahead of his fifth-to-last Grand Prix before switching to Le Mans for 2014, Australian Webber said the fire in Korea did not faze him. “We’re used to bushfires in Australia. No problem,” he smiled to Germany’s Auto Motor und Sport. Some had even suggested that Webber seemed particularly uninterested in getting the marshals to quickly put the flames out. “I pressed for the extinguisher in the car, but it didn’t work,” he said. “The marshals could speak no English, so what could I do? “I couldn’t blow it out,” added Webber. AM&S said that Webber will have a replacement chassis for Suzuka. “The chassis was more damaged by the impact with Sutil than the fire itself,” he said, revealing that the engine and gearbox survived the incident. (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Related NewsHorner: It’s unimaginable that Vettel has had the run of success that he’s hadVettel: It looks very good at this stage but it’s not over before it’s overWebber: A sensational result for me in my last time here in Japan in Formula 1Grosjean: I thought it was the day that the first victory was comingRed Bull: A massive result for the team to achieve a one-two in JapanWebber unlikely to adhere Red Bull team orders at SuzukaRed Bull: It’s great to have secured front row for the raceRed Bull: The car balance is decent, but we can still improveVettel wary of eating nuclear sushi in JapanRed Bull drivers preview the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka Eazy E It won’t make a difference. Webber: Australian for sucky, mate.