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@John... when levelling insults around here you should be careful.
Only an imbecile would consider ignoring a team order when team orders were not part of the rules and were in fact technically forbidden, as somehow comparable let alone equivalent to the same situation when team orders have been officially ratified in the sports regulations.
I don't like what Rosberg had to do and far prefer the "racing spirit" of what Vettel did, but ONLY when that racing spirit is being matched against an equally unleashed racing spirit.
Allowing one driver to race in violation of an order and gaining an advantage over a driver who is curbing their racing instinct in order to comply is not only unfair, it's tantamount to cheating.
Vettel screwed his race by making the wrong call to transition from inter's to slicks. Webber got that call right, and only ended up in a position where he might lose the lead because he was told he didn't have to protect it.
Whatever talents Vettel might have, none o