Mark Webber was left to rue a driving error in the final phase of qualifying, which he believes cost him valuable positions on the grid for today’s German Grand Prix.

Mark Webber was annoyed to qualify fourth The Australian will start from fourth place, nearly half a second slower than pole-sitting team-mate Sebastian Vettel.

Speaking with the BBC, Webber explained: “I got a little bit wide on the entry to Turn 1 – stuck the front of the car out and I couldn’t get back into the line.

“My fault, and it wasn’t good enough. [I] lost a position on the final laps, obviously I was third and then lost a position to Felipe [Massa] so that was a shame. Not the best qualifying so I look to the race tomorrow.”

[Original image via GP Update]

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