Mark Webber endured a frustrating weekend at Monza as he first qualified 11th before being forced to retire from the race after flat-spotting all four tyres in a high-speed spin with just two laps to go.
“It’s been a frustrating weekend,” the Aston Clinton man said.
“With Seb (Vettel) retiring as well, this was a poor day for the team. It was our first double retirement for 34 races (Korean GP 2010), so clearly there’s work to be done. But we’re a very strong team and we’ve got some great people in it, and we’ll fight back.
“The company philosophy is win or nothing; we’ve had a few good wins this year and we need to get back to winning ways as soon as possible.”
The next chance to do that will be at the Singtel Singapore Grand Prix next Sunday, September 23.