Mark Webber concedes his runner-up result in Suzuka was the "best" possible given his strategy.
Starting from pole position, the Red Bull racer was beaten to the first corner by Romain Grosjean and spent much of the 53-lap grand prix fighting with the Lotus driver.
On a three-stopper compared to Grosjean and Sebastian Vettel's two, Webber had to come in for his last tyre change with 10 to go which dropped him to third.
What followed was a thrilling tussle with Grosjean which Webber finally won on the penultimate lap.
However, it was too late to try chase down Vettel and he finished second, 7.1sec behind his team-mate.
"The race today was pretty good, but I'd have liked one...
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