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Webber: China was exciting but difficult

Mark Webber says about the Chinese GP Sunday race was an interesting and enjoyed most but its difficult race. Tyre strategy played in Chinese GP, Webber adapts three stop strategy and his team-mate Sebastian Vettel run with three stop and both was succeed.

“It was a pretty difficult place to work out the strategy,” Webber told the BBC.

“We lost some positions at the start as we struggled to get the tyres working and I had a poor getaway. But I got my head down and tried to execute a slightly different strategy.

“In the end, fourth is probably not the maximum, but after I made a few mistakes running wide trying to push. It was an interesting race, enjoyed most of it.”

“It was different strategies playing against each other – utter chaos.

“The difference between fourth and fifth is not massive between team-mates, it was just a few more points that was all. We’ve finished close to McLaren in all three races but there’s a long way to go.”

The Australian also congratulate race winner Nico Rosberg: “Congrats to Nico. That’s the big news story. He deserves the victory.”

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