Webber hit by gearbox grid penalty 13 Jun 2010
Mark Webber will drop five places on the grid for this afternoons Canadian Grand Prix due to a gearbox change on his Red Bull car. Webber, who had qualified second alongside polesitter Lewis Hamilton, will now start seventh.
Red Bull opted to change the RB6s box as a precautionary measure. It means that Webbers team mate Sebastian Vettel, originally third on the grid, now joins Hamiltons McLaren on the front row.
The others to benefit from Webbers misfortune are Ferraris Fernando Alonso, McLarens Jenson Button, Force Indias Vitantonio Liuzzi and Ferraris Felipe Massa, moving up to third, fourth, fifth and sixth respectively.