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If your employer expects loyalty from you what is wrong with it? ... Webber clearly looked to have an ego issue to settle with Vettel ... Clearly, mathematically Webber was out of contention in the championship, so he should have supported his team mate. In the past .. David Coulthard helped Mika Hakkinen, Michael Schumacher helped Eddie Irvine, Fillipe Massa helped Kimi Raikkonen, Kimi in turn helped Fillipe in the following year. .. So Nothing wrong from the Boss to expect your loyalty from the employee ...