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John Watson urges Sebastian Vettel to explain his actions in the Malaysian Grand Prix - and to apologise to F1 fans

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richard

April 11, 2013 2:23 PM

f1rules. the full context of radio messages has never been made public, so there is a lot of guessing and fals assumptions going around.
has there been any statement that seb did not turn his engine down? NO. so if both cars were turned down, then racing should still have been possible.
did you hear vettel being told to hold station? i didnt, but that does not mean that he was wasnt told to do so. it has since been disclosed that there was confusion over the code, and webber had also ignored it in the past. so is it ok for webber to ignore it, but not for vettel?
finally, didi said, before the season started, that both drivers were to be treated EQUALLY, so how would any driver accept being told to give his teammate priority. the decision rested with horner, despite didis instructions. didi has now insisted that orders NOT be used.

Sigmund Freud - Unregistered

April 11, 2013 5:41 PM

@ ex-loko.tkc.exe - thankyou for clarifying that, and for not being too upset with my light sarcasm! And to answer your question, I'm perhaps unusual in that I don't mind who wins, as long as it is cleanly done and preferably without team orders! The drivers I can take or leave, but certainly the sport would be clearer if they were all a bit more like Kimi, who I do admire because he just gets on with it with less white noise and controversy than the others..

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