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@ Paul - you're completely ignoring the fact that because Webber had been told to turn down his engines and preserve tires to the finish, he was vulnerable to a flat-out attack by Vettel. Once Webber put a gap between the two of them after the pit stop, he turned down his engines and expected to finish as-is...but Vettel decided to go against that order and fight him. It had ZERO to do with Webber's pace...Webber had pace all day long and Vettel could not catch him. If Webber had been told he needed to sprint to the finish, he'd have done that and Vettel never would have caught him.