Mark Webber said he would have preferred to get pole position in Korea but isn’t disappointed to be starting from second on the grid:
I wasn’t that happy on the first timed laps, I was more comfortable and more stable, for me, to do two timed [runs].
It worked out OK, obviously it was very, very close with Seb. Got second on the grid which is a lot better off than many other positions on the grid.
It would have been nice to get pole but in the end it’s still a good position to start the race, we can still do very well from there and get a good result tomorrow so qually went to plan today, I would say. Pretty close to perfect but not quite.
He’s not concerned about starting tomorrow’s race from the dirty side of the grid:
Fernando will be, probably, pretty solid off the line, for sure, but it’s not going to make or break the world championship. We’ll just get through what we can and press on from there, so we’re still in a good position.
2010 Korean Grand Prix
- Mercedes deny Massa held up Schumacher for Alonso
- Korea say 168,000 attended first F1 race
- Alonso not considering Brazil title win
- Hamilton: Alonso would have passed me
- Button: “I will fight until it’s impossible”
- Horner hits back over Webber criticism
- Korean International Circuit: your verdict
- Montezemolo: “We haven’t won yet”
- 2010 Korean Grand Prix: the complete F1 Fanatic race weekend review
- Who was the best driver of the Korean Grand Prix weekend? (Poll)