Mark Webber insists Oscar Piastri isn’t feeling any pressure on the eve of his first Australian GP and ‘doesn’t need any advice’ ahead of his Melbourne debut despite McLaren’s woes

Mark Webber believes Oscar Piastri doesn’t need any advice ahead of his Australian Grand Prix debut, despite a difficult start to his first season in Formula 1. Webber, who manages Piastri, finished sixth in Melbourne in his Formula 1 debut and went on to make 215 starts in the sport between 2002 and 2013. Piastri’s career is in its infancy, but Webber is confident the young gun doesn’t need any advice from him. A world champion in Formula 2 and Formula 3 in 2020 and 2021, Piastri has long been considered one of Formula 1’s rising stars. Earlier this week, Alan Jones was even more bullish about Piastri’s prospects and backed him to become a world champion.

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