F1 » Horner: What happened shouldn’t have happened


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Webber had him beat, it was obvious, he came from 5th to lead, seb went from 1st to following. The team had decided how they would play. Webber played by the rules, and you can see his point, he would not risk both cars by trying to take back the lead after discarding the lower power settings etc because if he did, and it ended up in grief for both, Webber would probably be in a very poor position, whereas seb could survive this due to some favorable backing....so... Seb shows his is a real "Ass", Mark shows he is a team player and is the underdog, no doubt he has helped contribute to Sebs wins many times by FOLLOWING team orders. You cant have these two just doing as they please if your part of a team, I personally hate team orders, but it's the reality & I would do the same if I owned the cars and was thinking about the team winning. So, Seb, you look like a young arrogant ******* now, whilst it could be seen before, at one point in time this will be your un doing, I hope Mark p



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