Aussie racer Mark Webber ends his time in Formula 1 this weekend after a career spanning 12 years.
Spending a huge part of his career at the top rung of the sport, Webber moves onto another phase of his career after capturing nine F1 wins.
He eases out of grand prix racing with a solid record but without that elusive holy grail, the World Drivers' Championship.
Webber is leading Porsche back into LMP1 racing at the Le Mans 24 Hour next year.
Although Porsche is the most successful manufacturer of all-time at the French classic with 16 outright wins, the Zuffenhausen car maker is facing a sizeable task of being able to crack a victory straight up with its LMP1 hybrid.
Webber's return to the highest echelon of sports car racing is his first time back in a prototype since he was part of the ill-fated Mercedes-Benz CLR campaign in 1999.
Twice Webber was involved in high-speed accidents in 1999 where the CLR performed backflips at the La Sarthe track with Mercedes later admitting a design flaw meant air became trapped underneath the front of the cars.
Webber, though, will take little time re-adjusting back to a closed cockpit, high downforce sports car with his penchant for extremely quick corners one of his finest qualities as a grand prix driver.
Porsche has been a past master at the twice-round-the-clock race so the question is, can Webber make it 17 for the iconic German marque in his upcoming sportscar career?
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