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This situation is a bit of a double edged sword.
I think team orders in this situation is a JOKE! What the hell kind of idea is it to hold station after the last pit stop? As far as I'm concerned, the fastest driver should win.
However, with that being said, if there is an agreement and understanding in the team about certain orders, whether we agree with them or not, then they should be honoured and obeyed by all drivers.
In this instance there was an agreement that was understood by both drivers but unfortunately for Mark, he was the only one who honoured the agreement.
So while I agree with Vettel wanting to race for the victory, in this case he showed his true nature - a spoiled, selfish, up himself, impulsive, dirty, back stabbing little grub!