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I'd like to see the information the team had which inspired the order to retire the car. Was it really an emergency? Did RBR see that they weren't going to get points from Vettel and decide that a retirement would be advantageous heading to China? The car made it to the finish line, but who knows.
I like that the guy wants to race, but this isn't his first instance of ignoring the team. Wasn't he told in Germany AND India last year not to push for fast lap late in the race? Yet I believe he did just that in both instances. I don't know, tough to decide as of yet. Part of me embraces the racer, the other is concerned he thinks he's bigger than the team. Is it a case of someone who thinks he's bigger than the team (or maybe that he IS the team), or simply a racer who wants to race? Thoughts, anyone?