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mick. i am still here, but i dont understand your comment. i never put him up with fangio, as i have always claimed different times, different cars, different people. of course hes human, and i can see a reason why he would continue. he was running eleventh and should a car drop out at the end, such as maldonado, at oz, he stood a chance to gain a point. i dont agree that horner should have tried to get him in, just to get a free gearbox change. seb is not the first driver to ignore pit orders, and he wont be the last.



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