Mark Webber wants to end his Formula One career with Red Bull Racing and he has no intention of that being at the end of this season.
"I would believe so," he told F1 Racing when asked if his career would end with Red bull.
"I want to continue - any driver wants this - racing towards the front and hanging out with these punks... week in week out.
"To race with them is very rewarding and enjoyable. Of course you have nerves at the time. There's not a guy in the pit lane who doesn't have nerves. They'd be lying if they told you they didn't.
"It's what gets you out of bed. That's what a competitor goes through and that's what you enjoy."
The Aussie also insisted that despite a few tense moments with Red Bull last season, during which he accused the team of favoring Sebastian Vettel, he is happy with the team.
"Obviously we've had a few headwinds here and there within the team, but to have two drivers do what we did last year is a unique situation and one of them might not - was not - supposed to have been in that situation," he said.
"I hope I can continue to work hard for Red Bull. They know my reputation is that when I do things, I do them to the best of my ability at all times. And they know that I will do that again."
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