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"It's a fact of the sport that the teams need to conserve their engines. One of the ways they do this is by turning them down, lowering max revs, changed throttle map etc."
It is also a fact of the sport that neither Vettel nor Webber "turned down" their engines. You can still sling mud at Vettel and say that Webber did not turn down his engine because Vettel dd not turn down his. But the claim that Webber turned down his engine is just factually false.