F1 » Horner: What happened shouldn’t have happened

Christian Horner has admitted that there will be 'internal' discussions following Sebastian Vettel's decision to ignore 'Multi21' orders at Sepang.

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Luke - Unregistered

March 25, 2013 12:01 PM

Well done Vettel !!! You've shown you're still hungry and race manipulation is off the cards. Webber is punk who tried to put his own team mate in the WALL on the over take!!! Horner should be laughing this BULL off!! Instead he's talking about apologies to the media! Oh boy - they're looking like wimps ~ Ferrari will eat these idiots alive and Merc are not far from it either! Vettel is a Champion for not letting Mark feed him to Lewis which was looking to be the case.

Anonymous - Unregistered

March 25, 2013 12:03 PM

Do some of you guys have any sense? Why would RBR one ban race Vettel. That would be stupid. Besides, were Prost or Senna given bans after they took eachother out in successive races at Suzuka? Didn't think so. This was something not even close to that caliber. Come on guys.

hyper - Unregistered

March 25, 2013 12:05 PM

Much of the air time of that race was put on cars positioned 3-12 where the action was, The red bulls although in the lead had little sponsorship air time. I wonder if it was a publicity stunt to get them back on air more....even bad publicity can be good publicity!...just a thought!


March 25, 2013 12:07 PM

@ Jay - Sorry buddy but I think you'll find that Newey made Beiber famous not the other way around. Adrian has been making WDC/WCC winning cars for over 20 years, and how long has Seb been in F1 ?

From my memory count Adrian is a 9 times WCC, soon to be 10 if RB win this year.

whitew - Unregistered

March 25, 2013 12:33 PM

Amazing how the Alonso fans bail in.

Would he have sat behind Massa...................... I don't think so.

Would Schumacher sat behind Massa I dont think so........

mario - Unregistered

March 25, 2013 12:38 PM

Wonder if Alonso would still be happy having Vettel as a teammate?
Perhaps fan outcry will yltimately effect Vettel?
He is supposed to be keen on records etc but is in danger of being remembered a little like Schumacher ie wins in the best car but not very sportsmalike. Reputations tend to last a very long time.

whitew - Unregistered

March 25, 2013 12:58 PM

The Vettel / Webber challenge along with the Hamilton scrap made F1 interesting again......................

Leave the team orders alone and let these guys race.............. after all its called Motor Racing not Motor Team Orders............ leave that to Ferrari where Mass knows he Alonso bitch..........

Rog Dodge - Unregistered

March 25, 2013 1:04 PM

On Teletext, Wattie suggests RB should give SV a 1 race ban- I can't see RB throwing a load of points (drivers & constructors) down the drain! Is Wattie out of touch?

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