Red Bull rubbishes reports that they will drop Webber for final two races 31 October, 2013 Mark Webber seeking motivation Red Bull and Toro Rosso management have denied reports speculating that they could shake up their Formula 1 driver lineups for the final two races of the 2013 season. Speed Week reports reports from the Abu Dhabi paddock that this weekend’s race at Yas Marina could be Mark Webber’s last in Formula 1. The Australian, who has admitted suffering with motivation problems, has already announced his switch to the Le Mans sports car series from 2014. He will be replaced by countryman Daniel Ricciardo, but the latest report is that the 24-year-old could made an early move from Toro Rosso ahead of the US Grand Prix in Austin later this month. That would free up a seat for the last two grands prix of 2013 at Toro Rosso, who have signed inexperienced youngster Daniil Kvyat for next season. “I think it’s nonsense, and I know nothing about it,” Toro Rosso boss Franz Tost is quoted. Early shower for Mark Webber at the Indian GP “Anyway, Daniil has no super licence, so how can he race?” the Austrian added. However, Tost’s argument about the super licence does not bear scrutiny. Auto Motor und Sport reports that, because Toro Rosso wants to field Kvyat in Friday practice in Austin and Brazil, a test in a 2011 car has been lined up for the 19-year-old at Misano in early November. “That’s right,” Tost confirmed, “but the story for this is that he will do the first practice for us in Texas and Brazil.” Red Bull Racing, meanwhile, denied that Abu Dhabi will be Webber’s last grand prix. “Mark Webber will drive the last three races for us,” the team told Speed Week. (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Related NewsRivals consider Ricciardo among the current best in F1Red Bull: We will be the proper Renault works teamMercedes 9, Ricciardo 2 and the rest zeroRicciardo: It feels as good as the first, it really doesRed Bull: We all deserve thisMarko playing games with Vettel claims LaudaRed Bull: It’s a great team performanceMercedes and Red Bull surprised by gap in HungaryRed Bull: We didn’t quite evolve with the trackLauda: We have never talked with Vettel Boycottthebull Im sure Marko is behind this little storm but even I wont believe they would make it happen. It was backfire and damage the image of the brand. Red Bulls owner is a friend of Marks he wouldnt permit an insult like that at his retirement. jeff I would not put anything past RB as far as Mark is concerned. They have treated him shabby in the past. There image is already tainted. F1 is about stretching and exploiting the rule book. They are unscrupulous cheats. Mark is about as straightforward as a guy can be, for that and that alone he has my respect. The way RB operates is shameful. Anyone but them next year.