Red Bull questions tardy response to Webber fire 7 October, 2013 The fire damaged car of Mark Webber is removed from the circuit Red Bull team principal Christian Horner voiced frustration at the length of time it took marshals to get to Mark Webber's blazing car at the Korean Grand Prix on Sunday.
Webber's turbulent weekend ended with his Red Bull going up in flames after he was bumped off the track by the Force India of Adrian Sutil.
The incident sparked a bizarre turn of events that saw a fire truck take to the track and briefly lead the field before the safety car came out.
The Australian Webber, who had earlier suffered a puncture when the tyre of McLaren's Sergio Perez exploded,...
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