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The big problem with all of this is that Mark was essentially defenceless. He'd been asked to turn the engine to a more conservative setting and its not a bit of wonder than Vettel was faster. And the big shame, Mark was the better driver yesterday and drove a much better race.
Now if they'd been asked to follow yet both had equipment capable of lapping as fast as possible, then it might be ok, Mark has just as much chance of winning as anyone. But stealing a win from someone who is essentially defenceless and who has been asked to be careful is very dangerous ground. I can see another Hamilton/Alonso situtation developing here. Especially when the chasing cars were not able to challenge the two red bulls!