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Christian Horner must take equal responsibility for this matter. As Team Principal he did not assert his authority. He is not fit to retain his position and needs to look at how the job should be done by following Ross Brawn's decisive example. RB left Rosberg in no doubt as to what was required. Horner yet again is guilty of abdicating his responsibilty. Vettel is not a great driver and shows the same arrogance and "win at all costs" as Schummacher did throughout his entire F1 career. Right now Vettel might be championship leader but I suspect he will remain the lonliest man in the pit lane for the rest of the season.



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