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simo makes interesting points. engine preservation. ridiculous tyre degradation. if those two had raced to the finish they would have maybe had two or three laps max to try and overtake and run away from the other (drs) before the degradation of the tyres had made complete fools of both, leaving hamilton with the win. only if he (hamilton) had stuck to the plan though, which was to tone it down and bring it home without unnecessary risks. vettel was scared out of his mind with the idea that webber would win and lead him in the points. he must have felt like he had no choice but to flagrantly violate the trust of his team and probably his contractual agreement with redbull. i love the drama. i hate the new tyres.