Mark Webber burst onto the Formula 1 scene when he finished a fantastic sixth in his debut Grand Prix on home soil in a Minardi in 2002 having qualified in 16th. Two seasons with Jaguar followed before he joined Williams for 2005 to be partnered by Nick Heidfeld. Five top six finishes in his first eight starts for the team, including his first podium in Monaco, and finished the season strongly to seal 10th place in the World Drivers Championship in a season he described as 'frustrating'. Yet more frustration was to follow in his second year with the team, as they lost Williams losing BMW power, instead opting for a somewhat underpowered Cosworth. A poor season ensued as Webber picked up just seven points, en-route to 14th place in the championship before leaving to join Red Bull where he'd win his first Grand Prix.