"Even if there is such an order, it is hard to imagine Webber paying any attention to it, particularly after the events of Malaysia earlier this year." That Red Bull locked out the front row of the grid ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix was perhaps not the biggest surprise we’ve had this season.
But thanks to Mark Webber managing to get the better of his team mate in qualifying for the first time in 2013, the race has all the makings of a classic.
Webber has had some truly awful luck this year. Twice has he lost a wheel (the second time his tyre memorably hit a cameraman in the pit lane) and twice has his car been on fire. There was also the controversial “taxigate” from...
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