Mark Webber was "frustrated" after his third reprimand of the season resulted in a 10-place penalty for the Korean Grand Prix.
In what was arguably the highlight of Sunday's Singapore Grand Prix, the Aussie caught the world's most expensive taxi back to the pits after his own car caught fire.
Webber was forced to park his RB9 on the final lap of the 61-lap grand prix and was given a lift back to the pits by good mate Fernando Alonso, sitting on the side of the Spaniard's Ferrari.
But rather than enjoy the moment, the stewards handed both drivers a reprimand; Alonso for driving in a "potentially dangerous" manner and Webber because he "entered the track without the...
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