The 2013 Malaysian Grand Prix
will be remembered, just like Turkey 2010, for the fall-out between Red Bull
team-mates Mark Webber
and Sebastian Vettel
after the German appeared to ignore team orders in pursuit of victory.
While Vettel duly claimed win number 27, tying him with F1 legend Jackie Stewart on the all-time list, it wasn't well received by the Red Bull
hierarchy, and Webber left no-one in any doubt as to where he stood on the matter.
But was Vettel simply acting the same way as any 'champion', displaying a ruthless streak and suffering the 'consequences' later, knowing that, at the end of the season, the extra points could be the difference between ultimate sucess and failure? After all, being unpopular in certain circles never harmed Michael Schumacher that much, did it?
So, was Vettel right or wrong to ignore the 'Multi21' instruction?
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