Webber looking to get season on track in Bahrain
SAKHIR, Bahrain -- It can't possibly get much worse for Red Bull's Mark Webber.
It started in the Malaysian Grand Prix when teammate Sebastian Vettel ignored team orders and passed him to win the race.
Then in China, Webber started on pit lane after running out of fuel in qualifying. He got himself up to 11th only to collide with Toro Rosso's Jean-Eric Vergne and lose a wheel that forced him out of the race. He was later penalized three grid places for this weekend's Bahrain Grand ...
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