Webber: Grosjean needs another holiday

Massively disappointed Mark Webber says that Grosjean was made completely fault on opening lap turn 2 incidents in the Japanese Grand Prix. He suggests French man needs another holiday like Spa.

The Australian start from second on the grid, Grosjean push hard on the turn two and just he missed out his break points and crash with Webber, Red Bull guy spun around and slide on the grass.

“First-lap nutcase Grosjean again, the guys confirmed,” Webber said.

“He’s trying to get into the third corner as fast as he can at every race. Frustrating. Maybe he needs another holiday. It was completely his fault but, yeah, how many times can you make the same error with first-lap incidents? Quite embarrassing.”

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says that, Grosjean made seven incidents this season, and they are target for the constructors’ championship. And he added Mistake is happening that’s fine, but vital thing is to learn from them.

“I think the most concerning thing is when it is repeat incidents,” he said. “If you make a mistake that’s fine, but the key thing is to learn from them.

“He’s hosing away points for his team, they are fighting in the constructors’ championship, and I would be surprised if they were too impressed by that. Seven incidents this year is more than enough, Mark was a victim of the action today and that cost him at least a podium.”

Grosjean says he was hardly trying to avoid contact and he admits it was a stupid crash.

“I was very careful and kept my line, focussing on the Sauber on the left, then I had an incident with Mark,” French man said.

“It was nothing special…I was just trying to avoid contact and it didn’t work, so it was a stupid crash. I haven’t had a chance to speak with the team yet.”

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