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Hey, this is not a story that debates the merits of team orders. I don't particularly like them either. However, the orders were given, they were clear, and he broke them. He would not have been in a position to pass had Mark not followed the orders to turn the engine down to conserve fuel and engine wear. I have never seen Horner or Newey as visibly upset as today. I think Seb may have caused irreparable long term damage to his status in the team. F1 history has several examples of top drivers coming in conflict with team management. Management always wins.