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Vettel/Webber clash just 'healthy rivalry' says Horner

"He recognises, more than anybody, the value that the team has behind the success that he's achieved in the car, and he knows that he can't operate without the team," Horner said. "He doesn't put himself above the team or think that he's running the team for one moment.

"It's happened, and we move on - but it doesn't change anything."



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Razak - Unregistered

April 12, 2013 5:05 PM

He also said on the BBC website the following..... "Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says Sebastian Vettel's decision to ignore team orders in Malaysia has not undermined his authority." How can this be? Vettel chose to disobey Horner yet Horner thinks he is in control? What a load of rubbish.



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