12 Jul 2010

British Grand Prix winner questions decision to stay with Red Bull

6:15 pm on 12 July 2010

Despite winning the British Grand Prix, the Australian driver Mark Webber is questioning his decision to re-sign with the Red Bull team.

Webber was furious after a new front wing was taken from his car before qualifying and given to teammate and bitter rival Sebastian Vettel.

The team said the German deserved the upgraded aerodynamic part because he was ahead of Webber in the championships - a situation which has now been reversed.

Webber says he'd never have re-signed for next year if he believed that was the way thinngs were going to work.

He now feels he should get the preference in new parts for the upcoming German GP at Hockenheim.

Team boss Christian Horner says he doesn't regret his decision to swap wings on the cars but admits he needs to talk to Webber.

Webber's now third in the drivers championship, behind Britons Lewis Hamilton in first place and Jenson Button in second spot.