Despite wearing a rueful smile, Mark Webber was disappointed after retiring while running second in India.
Opting to start on the medium tyres, Webber was able to run longer than those who lined up ahead of him.
Working his way into the lead, Webber held onto the P1 slot for 20 laps before he had to pit for he soft tyres.
It was a brief run on those tyres before he was back in the pits for his final stop and a new set of medium tyres.
Chasing his team-mate Sebastian Vettel in a Red Bull-only battle, Webber was forced to retire on lap 40 when his alternator failed.
"Disappointing, but there's not much I can do - there was something wrong with the car, so we had to stop straight...
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