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What a huge over-reaction.
Frankly, Webber is nothing but a number 2 driver like Massa is to Ferrari. SV has proven to be consistently faster for as long as they have been in the same team.
At the end of the season, it will be Vettal challenging for the championship, not Webber, & the extra points today for first compared with second, could end up making all the difference.
Seb was clearly faster so if Red Bull didn't want them to race, they should have instructed Webber to pull over and let him through.