Melbourne, May 18 (ANI): Red Bull driver Mark Webber has said that winning the Monaco Grand Prix was the best day in his life as he had dreamt of a top podium finish in the world's 'toughest' race since childhood.
"It was the best day of my life. I've dreamt of winning the Monaco Grand Prix since I was a boy and to do it from pole position was just awesome.
"It's an honour for me to join the list of winners for this race, which hadn't been won by an Australian since Jack Brabham in 1959," The Daily Telegraph quoted Webber, as saying.
"Qualifying and the race were pretty near perfect for me. The RB6 was fantastic to drive and I executed some tidy laps to take pole position from Robert Kubica on Saturday afternoon," he said.
Webber said he expected a real challenge from Kubica, but was relieved to see Sebastian Vettel get the jump on him at the start.
"It gave me a buffer to the Renault driver, while also setting us up for Red Bull Racing's second one-two of the season. My start wasn't actually that great, but the run to the first corner was short and no one was able to get ahead.
"It's very difficult to pass at Monaco and when I emerged from the first corner in the lead, I knew that the race was mine to lose," Webber said. (ANI)