F1 » Ecclestone: Vettel correct to ignore team orders


Bernie Ecclestone: I always say, show me a good loser and I'll show you a loser. Sebastian is not a loser. Sebastian is a winner

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Eric - Unregistered

March 31, 2013 6:45 PM

According to another article, a Red Bull Spokesperson says that Seb's engine was turned down but not as much as Mark's due to differing strategies and tyre wear so he had more horsepower than Mark.

bungi - Unregistered

April 01, 2013 12:10 AM

sod it lets just watch motogp theres no team orders in that and wheel to wheel racing with team mates and a hand sake at the end not sulking on the podium

GregTan - Unregistered

April 01, 2013 4:05 AM

Very much in agreement with Bernie, a champion mentality is always hungry for victory, which has been demonstrated by Sebastian by ignoring the team instruction to keep number 2 position. On the other hand I do not believe that Red Bull is really unhappy with the result since Sebastian more points will be more securing the driver championship points as we all know that Sebastian is much more reliable than Mark.

kiwibob - Unregistered

April 01, 2013 11:02 PM

richard how do you manage to twist facts so much everyone on red bull is saying webbers engine was turned downed and also that multi 21 was issued this is marko and horner and even the team owner text webber apolizing so get real please . Also you have been round f1 a long time and also that team orders have always been about just was not out in the open like now it was in code . This was a straight case of vettle putting cars at risk and also making engine work harder when standing order is whom ever is in front at last pit stop leads to finish

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