Silverstone: Mark Webber compared Sunday's racing in a thrilling British Grand Prix to 'playing Russian roulette' after he fought back from 15th on lap one to finish a dazzling second for Red Bull at Silverstone.
The 36-year-old Australian, who on Thursday announced he would be retiring from Formula One at the end of the season, almost took victory off German Nico Rosberg of Mercedes to mark his final F1 appearance at Silverstone where he was seeking a third victory.
"It has been an incredible day. First there was the contact with Romain Grosjean and the wing was damaged. The boys did a great job changing that and then we got into the race," said the straight-talking Australian, who twice finished third in the world championship.