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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Alex - Unregistered

March 26, 2013 7:29 PM

Mark's hypocrisy is astounding. He himself has repeatedly ignored team orders and he has put the team at risk many times by needlessly attacking Seb.

The only reason Mark is pissed is because he was depending on those team orders to keep Seb behind him. He knew Seb had the tyres and pace to take him.

Seb did not break any FIA rules to make that pass, to suggest he should give back the place to Mark is ludicrous.

Alex - Unregistered

March 26, 2013 7:59 PM

@Mr Know it All

Where have you been the last few years?

Mark is an employee who has repeatedly go against team order, and he was hailed by the predominately British press for his Aussie grit

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