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Webber: Red Bull strong everywhere

Mark WebberChampionship leader Mark Webber says he must focus on being consistent on the tracks where he is weaker in order to stay ahead of his rivals all year long, but he is sure his Red Bull team will be strong on all venues.

The Australian moved into the lead of the championship after winning the Hungarian Grand Prix last Sunday, when he took his forth win of the season.

Red Bull driver Webber is now four points ahead of McLaren's Lewis Hamilton with seven races to go.

Webber is adamant that there will be no weak tracks for his team, but he he admits it will be crucial to be consistent until the end of the season.

"We've shown this year that the car is performing on all tracks so we hope we don't have any weak circuits," he told Red Bull's official website in a video interview.

"For sure Singapore should be good, Suzuka, Brazil and Abu Dhabi. We're a little bit worried about how the long straights might go at some of the other venues, at maybe Monza.

"But the car is very, very strong at most tracks so we're ready to take on anyone at any venue and I'm looking forward to all the races coming up."

He added: "It would be nice to win Spa, Suzuka and a few other victories, and along with that hopefully comes something special. We need to focus on being consistent on some tracks where we are not quite there or I'm not quite there.

"We've had some small hiccups here and there because you need perfect weekends to win at this level. Of course Sebastian and I are pushing each other pretty hard as well to beat each other and you need to get everything right."

The Australian said he would be happy to win some of the "signature" races left this year, although he insists the most important thing is to be strong on all venues.

"I have a few of my goals already in the pocket this year, which is sensational, but we have some great races coming up in the future, some real signature events which would be great to win," he said.

"But every race gives 25 points and we need to perform everywhere. If we can do that you never know what could happen at the end of the year."

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