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Stoddart chokes back tears by Webber champagne moment

Paul Stoddart was forced to hold back tears in recalling Mark Webber's memorable fifth place in the 2002 Australian GP Former Minardi boss Paul Stoddart was left choking back tears as he recalled the time F1 came to his aid to help him savour one of the most celebrated moments in Australian Grand Prix folklore. The 2002 Australian Grand Prix will long be remembered for many reasons, not least the Turn 1 collisions on the opening lap which wiped out eight cars, including polesitter Rubens Barrichello after he was shunted from behind by Ralf Schumacher. Four additional retirements throughout the race allowed Mark Webber to finish fifth on his F1 debut – in an era when only the top six...
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