Ferrari sends Webber invoice for Singapore taxi ride 27 September, 2013 Ferrari joined the taxi ride fun after the recent Singapore Grand Prix, sending Mark Webber a hefty bill for hitching a ride back to the pits with Fernando Alonso. Webber, who will serve a ten-place grid penalty in Korea next weekend, angrily slammed the stewards’ decision to reprimand him after breaking down towards the end of last Sunday’s race. Spaniard Alonso, however, saw the funny side, posting on Twitter a photoshopped image of a film poster depicting himself and Webber in a taxi. Ferrari apparently also joined the fun, as the German newspaper Bild published a joke invoice sent from the team’s Maranello headquarters to Webber. The bill, listing the salesperson as Fernando, charged Webber a whopping $27 500 – including a $2 500 tip – for the after hours taxi service. Formula 1 legend Niki Lauda, however, backed the FIA’s decision to penalise Webber. “Yes,” he told Osterreich newspaper, “because it’s against the rules, it’s damn dangerous and because it was always punished with a warning.” Reports on GrandPrix247.com by: staff & contributors, Reuters syndication, GMM service, Formula 1 teams, sponsors & organisations.