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Both drivers know where they stand in the pecking order.
Webber has the option of accepting it or not and Vettel does'nt have to worry because he is there for the long term. I don't believe Webbers going to throw in the towel so he has to make up his mind, drive for the team or drive for himself with all that that means, they've collided before and we may just see a few more as it's Webbers last year at Redbull.