Mark Webber says that Red Bull’s fourth successive world title is an amazing achievement.
The outgoing Red Bull driver has been part of the team since the start of the 2007 season, winning nine races and claiming 12 pole positions.
Webber’s Indian Grand Prix did not go to plan as he retired from second place with 20 laps remaining.
“Obviously I’m pretty disappointed with today’s race, but there is not much I can do, the alternator went wrong with very short notice so we had to stop straight away,” he said.
“It’s tough because we did a lot of things right this weekend, but I’ve got a smile on my face as I could not have done any more.”
“Well done to Seb [Vettel] on his Championship and also to all the Team; to get a fourth title is amazing.”
“It’s been a great job by the whole team to achieve the title four years on the trot and it has once again set itself as the benchmark for the others.”
Webber will race for Porsche in the World Endurance Championship next season.