Mark Webber is sure Monaco could have been his third win of 2010.

Mark Webber is sure Monaco could have been his third win of 2010.

Actually, the Australian pulled into the lead of the world championship with his second win of the season in Monaco.

But he had also been on pole in Malaysia, where his teammate Sebastian Vettel passed him at the start and drove to victory.

Sepang was just one race before a new rule requiring the distant outboard rearview mirrors to be attached to the cockpit sides in the interest of visibility.

After Red Bull's motor home pool party and Webber's leap into the Monaco harbour on Sunday night, the 33-year-old told Martin Brundle that he was still ruing Vettel's Sepang pass.

BBC commentator Brundle quoted Webber as saying "in the early hours of Monday morning": "Mate, if I had had these mirrors in Malaysia I would have dominated that race too."

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