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At the end of the day, although you have to feel for Webber as he was odds on the the race win, Vettel showed that he was hungry for the win and did what any racer would want to do and that is to WIN!
Team orders and manipulating results just to preserve tires/cars/points etc i believe has no place in competative sport. It must be down to the skill and experience of the driver to montior the condition of the car and make decisions on whether to attack or hold position...thats what makes an intelligent driver and thats what makes a race winner.
F1 is an exibition now and is getting to the stage where races are won and lost not by the drivers and the cars but by the businessmen behind the desks.
You may as well watch WWF!