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There are some fundamentally flawed arguments going on here, I see. There is an assumption that any employee of a company can do whatever he likes, no matter what his bosses ask him to do. They say Vettel is a "racer", so he doesn't have to listen to his team. I see a very short-sighted argument developing there. There is such a thing as team-ethos, even in F1. And even if you hate your teammate, you still respect your bosses. The expression "biting the hand that feeds you" comes to mind.
If Seb does not apologise to his bosses (and really mean it!), it can easily become the beginning of the end of his time at Red Bull - especially if the likes of Marko start to become irritated by his petulance. It is what is known in wider circles as a slippery slope.....