After a personal apology from Adrian Sutil on Saturday, Mark Webber absolved the German of blame for a blocking incident during Bahrain qualifying.

After a personal apology from Adrian Sutil on Saturday, Mark Webber absolved the German of blame for a blocking incident during Bahrain qualifying.

Sutil, 26, was docked three places on the grid for impeding Red Bull's Australian driver in Q1; an incident that left Webber stranded just 18th.

The Force India driver argued he didn't know Webber was on a flying lap, and the 32-year-old agreed it was the team's responsibility to convey that information to Sutil.

"The team did a poor job for him because I'd been coming for 40 seconds," Webber said in Bahrain. "He was snookered by his team."

 

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