Webber hints at Red Bull strategy error

Mark Webber believes Red Bull made a strategic error by switching him to a three-stop race in the Japanese Grand Prix.

Sebastian Vettel won the race on a two-stop strategy having dropped to third place behind Webber and Romain Grosjean at the start of the race. With Grosjean leading, Webber felt he had the pace to beat the Lotus and the tyre life but was surprised the team switched him to a different strategy which ultimately restricted him to second place.

“After that first stop the guys said ‘We’re still on two [stops], no problem, look after the tyres, we can get to the target lap’,” Webber said click here for more