Mark Webber insists that the 2010 season is not his last chance to win the World Championship. The 34-year-old Australian has batted away speculation that he may not get another opportunity to claim a title, as he prepares for the season decider in Abu Dhabi.
"I want to do it on Sunday, if it doesn't happen then I will have another crack next year." Webber said. "I know I have been very fortunate to even have a chance to get to this point, I am not getting greedy but I know it was good to have a chance.
"It is human nature to always want more, it would be nice to close the championship out as champion. But the way the championship has been, if there were two or three races after this it would still go down to the last one.
"It's been a long season for all of us, and as the season goes on you achieve so many amazing things. I respect the guys I race against and that is why we get out of bed, to beat them. If I don't get the championship there will be a small hole in it, but a lot of great memories still.
When asked if the younger drivers would have more chances than him to win in the future, he said: "These guys have more opportunities, as Fernando [Alonso] alluded to a bit earlier. Obviously, the longer you drive the odds go one direction, we understand that. I didn't really have a winning car earlier in my career, which is the case for lots of people who come to F1. I now have that."
"It is going to be disappointing if it doesn't happen, but there are still a lot of positives this year. I don't think my odds were too good at the start of the year to be fighting for championship. My odds are much smaller now."