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@sam ... Ya think? ... F1 cars are more or less billboards! ... Look, Vettel and RedBull have done nothing wrong as far as the rules are concerned, and yiu can question his morals unril the cows come home, the issue here is that he willfully ignored a direct instruction from his boss, thereby weaking the entire structure and creating a huge division. Lets not forget that there is probably 600+ people that make it possible for Vettel to ply his trade in such a fine machine, and he his disregard for authority will breed an air of mistrust, causing the team even more issues ... I think to be fair, it was extremely unsporting, and blackens his charachter more than anything else, especially as he also lied, whilst saying it was the "truth" and that's not something sponsors who pay vast sums want to be associated with ... so potentially a much bigger issue ... so the team has to act, but a ban is ridiculous ... but one of, if not the only way to seek some sort of redress.