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The main issue in the spotlight isn't about the race result, it is about trust. The level of trust was bearable at the best of times. In the race, Webber trusted Vettel to abide with the team's wishes as he was given the same message by the team.
It is easy to try and understand what is going through the minds of both drivers, but in summary, one feels completely betrayed and the other is a questionable place.
If you look at the passing, it came to the point where almost both cars seem like they were going to crash out. For the team, there was no gain and everything to lose.
It should of not happened and yet, it has. Now the unstable harmony between team-mates is shattered and maybe un-salvageable.