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Doesn't matter about the situation, the end result was the same, the Team Principal tell's their drivers to hold fire to maximise points.
As fans we may hate it, but they are there to win, whether it's their first win or 60th, a Team manager should always have the final word, as long as team-orders are legal, this will happen.. regardless of the drivers and fan's thoughts.
Winning the fan's hearts doesn't win you a championship.
I am just as annoyed as anyone else about the situation at Silverstone, but Horner could only base his decision on what has happened in the past, besides we don't know what was said over the radio.