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the constant qualifier in the entire conversation is mark webber the notoriously unjustifiable blocker. the conversation as to how f1 got to the point where this particular scenario of 'detuning' the performance of a race car during green flag racing and the unintended consequences and limitations which that aspect imposes on the race may deserve more debate or control. But, in the end team orders are still alleged to be illegal and, irrespective of any disingenuous attempt to dodge that rule, the scenario Red Bull laid out to its drivers absolutely constituted a pre-determined finishing order for their team. Given the circumstances that red bull issued illegal orders tends to favor Seb. While it may seem underhanded to take advantage of the knowledge that the leader had detuned his car, it was not Seb who put the scenario into motion, it was not Seb who required illegal behavior in order to fulfill the scenario red bull literally manuactured and it was Seb who had the whole sleazy