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Capt. Obvious. Berger's argument is Webber tried to take out one of his title rivals. Since Vettel was in front of Webber at the time that means FA or Hamilton.
My argument is Webber would not have wanted to have FA nor Hamilton out of the race since they were the only ones left on track who could have kept Vettel from winning. The reason being, if Vettel would have won that race Webber would now have definitely lost the championship since the team would back Vettel. If Vettel would have gotten second or maybe even collide with FA or Hamilton Webber would have still had a chance. As it turned out, he was lucky Vettel had the failure but he couldn't know that was going to happen at the time so it was actually in his best interest to keep FA and Hamilton on track.