1. At the start he completely opens the door for the Ferrari's and covers Vettel giving both Ferrari's extra positions and causing Vettel to loose three, any other team mate would have tried to cover the Ferrari's and if he lost position to his team mate then so be it.
2. At the end of the first lap he goes to the outside of Massa and therefore leaves the door completely open for Alonso who is obviously Vettel's only rival at this stage. Massa simply had to keep Mark on the outside and allow Alonso through which he did and also compromised his own positions by doing so, this was obviously what he was always going to do and I think this was an easy way for Mark to hand the place to Alonso without making it too obvious.
3. He then doesn't try challenge Alonso and even when Alonso goes off on lap 3 Mark makes at best a half hearted attempt at getting past. OK this is the one part that could probably be argued and maybe he did try although it didn't appear that he was trying very hard, I would bet that if it was Vettel who had been in front he would have tried a lot harder.
4. Lap 11 Vettel comes out of the pits behind Webber, Webber should have immediately given him that place but no a lap later Webber is still in front even though Vettel has been on his gearbox for the whole lap, down the DRS straight Webber still stays ahead and then reluctantly after a lap and a half he gives Vettel the place.
5. At the end of the safety car period on lap 29 Kobayashi goes to overtake Vettel on the inside and for some messed up reason Webber tries on the outside which obviously distracts Vettel and then allows Kobayashi through, he may have still gone through but it was so unnecessary for Webber to do what he did there and could have caused major problems which is what I am sure his aim was.
... haha, oh dear.
Seems someone has completely lost grip on reality. "He could've let Seb slip by easily" Not without compromising his own position too harshly.
Mark was ahead going into corner 1, pure and simple. He didn't leave the track to stay ahead. Fernando getting past Mark was PURELY the RBR's horrible top speed and gearing compared to Ferrari's straight line rocket.
After the 1st restart Mark ran wide to let Seb through and also let him through later on in the race when they were nose to tail.
When I watched the race live it was on the edge of seat stuff start to end so did not pay too much attention to Webber.
I watched it again the following day and paid more attention to what he was doing, if you can watch it again and then tell me I'm wrong.
When he left the start line he actively chopped Vettel, his focus was all on getting ahead of Vettel and nothing else. Generally no problem but at this part of the season when you have lost the WDC why be that way towards your team mate. He didn't have to help him but he shouldn't have been trying to hinder him either.
After the restart he didn't run wide to let Vettel through
. He was behind Vettel and tried to overtake him and outbraked himself and could have caused unnecessary problems for his team mate.
Later in the race he reluctantly let Vettel through after a lap and a half of Vettel being right behind him. Vettel was clearly faster than him at that stage and even Webber would have found it difficult to explain why he did not let him through if he had not eventually done so, besides had he not done so Red Bull would have rightly just brought him into the pits which would have cost him even more.
Webber has a huge chip on his shoulder, of that there is no doubt, and he would have preferred Alonso to win, also no doubt.....