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Hopefully this will be the last comment on this subject, but in terms of your comment about it being the driver's choice to help or not help their teammate, perhaps that is exactly why Webber is going to lose his job. The team clearly wants him to do so, espcially against such as formidable opponent as Alonso. If Mark's choice is not not help, then it's also his choice to go look for employment elsewhere and not in the top performing car on grid.
What's it going to be Mark?