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wtf.. that just about sums up your comment! ferrari did not follw correct procedures. if they had even thought that seb had ignored a yellow, then they had something like three hours or less, to lodge a protest. it was not until some unobservant posters on the internet started moaning, that ferrari felt they had to ask fia to look at the issue. and the ferrari query was typical of ferrari towards the end of the season.
seb was the driver, and he knew that he saw the greens, so he knew that there could not be a query. so nothing wrong in him being sure of a situation. when he wasnt sure, as per one pass, he dropped back to cede tha place. to me, that is smart driving. dont forget, he had no radio so the decision was his alone.
get over it. everything was cleared, seb won the wdc, and i doubt he is worried by what you are thinking.