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Sebastian Vettel wins in Malaysia and beats team-mate, Mark Webber – despite having been ordered to hold position; Lewis Hamilton completes the top three

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EnRiCo47

March 24, 2013 11:49 AM
Last Edited 580 days ago

He is a top driver, but the way he behaves on and off almost sends the sport into disrepute.
Mark must be gutted... think of how many times he was told to slow down for Vettel,.. and i for one i hate team orders, but Vettel is an absolute a8se hole because he wants it both ways.
Mark he gave you war..now you have no reason to respect team orders .. did you people see Horner s face ...he lost his control over Vettel, ..now what can RB do with him

EnRiCo47

March 24, 2013 12:10 PM

So he does not play by the team or he thinks he is bigger than the team, maybe next time when he is in front of Webber,, Horner should tell the pit crew to take 10 secs extra for his the pit stop just to thank Mark for the good bloke he really is

scott hillier - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 12:20 PM

@undarpakru, webber said multy 21 its one of many codes used by f1 teams to give important info to drivers without letting other teams know what there decisions are, but as a guess i would say multy 21 was a team order so the drivers would know not to race each other which vettel clearly did not listen too.

Rondick - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 12:28 PM

21 means stay in current formation i.e. car 2 then car 1.
Multiple means RB have repeatedly told their drivers that.

Race decided after the final pit stop? I thought racing is to the chequered flag... this aint a race no more.

Anonymous - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 12:42 PM

I don't get why you guys are so pissed. I thought it was great racing, and it's not like Webber has been the best teammate to Seb anyways. I thought there was some balls out racing going on from the RBR Guys, and today Seb won.

Livemusik

March 24, 2013 12:47 PM

Oh, Mark always listens to team orders:

'Maintain the Gap' - Christian Horner Silverstone 2011
'Nah' - Mark Webber.

How quickly we forget. Difference was Vettel made his pass stick. Weber couldn't.

kimi - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 12:52 PM

i think redbull team should be blamed on this.. they should have let their drivers race each other till the end.. if not, there will be no miscommunication like today.. but to conclude, miscommunication always happen in life..

US_F1_Fan - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 3:46 PM

"The 2013 Sepang Soap Opera" is what I'm calling this race.

Overall a great show even with the stupid crap.
Best moment of the race:
Alonso deciding against pitting to replace the wing he knocked off.... and then beaching the car at the next corner!

Sweet!

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