Australian Mark Webber said his Williams team deserved a lot better than two retirements in a disappointing Monaco Grand Prix.
Webber, starting from the front row of the grid, looked set for a podium finish after running in third place for most of the race. The Australian even led the event briefly.
But Webber's hopes went up in smoke when his Cosworth engine gave up on lap 49th.
A marshal extinguished the flames licking the engine covers, as the disgusted Australian stalked off with his dreams of a podium shattered.
"I'm very, very disappointed, I thought we were on (the podium), I felt we deserved something today.
"We were on qualifying pace for an hour," Webber told ITV.
His teammate Nico Rosberg, also looking set for a place in the points, retired just three laps later when he put his Williams on the wall.
The disappointing race continued a streak of poor results for Williams, who have scored just 10 points after seven races.
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