F1 » Horner: What happened shouldn’t have happened


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re: "The atmosphere on the podium and at the ensuing press conference was understandably frosty, with Webber clearly feeling that he had been robbed of a rare race win. Vettel attempted to apologise..." ...to which webber promptly responded, go "F" yourself. re: "Our position after that final pit-stop was all about managing the race until the end and conserving our tyres, getting the cars to the finish and achieving maximum points. Unfortunately, drivers' interests can sometimes come into conflict with the teams" well then the question you outta be asking is how do we come to have a system that is fundamentally at odds...? isn't F1 a man-made construct...?



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