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Webber was told to turn his engine down because he would run out o fuel before the race ended if he kept up the pace of his first two stints. Red Bull also knew that Hamilton faced the same problem and they would not allow Nico to pass in order to chase down the Red Bulls. Seb chose a different strategy and he had both the fuel and the tyres to up his pace in the last stint. So, he did well not to follow the team orders. Neither Ayrton nor Michael, two great champions, would have obeyed either. Frankly, I think that no team would dare issue such orders to them. Seb made it clear to his team that he is indeed a great champion, and in my book he became one by ignoring the idiotic order to stay behind a slower car.