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@Elijah - Rosberg wasn't low on fuel. As Hamilton said himself Nico had managed his race better, both of fuel and tyres, and should have been allowed to pass.
@killer - exactly! Webber would have won that race. Vettel only caught him because, after hearing 'multi 21s', Webber turned the wick down allowing Seb to catch him. This is why he is right royally pissed off. And Seb weaving on the home straight in celebration certainly didn't help matters, only rubbed salt into the wounds.
I think RB issued team orders because they saw an opportunity to maximise their points given that Alonso was out, Kimi was all at sea, McLaren weren't a challenge and nor were Mercedes at that point. It's all about the constructors. They know Lotus, Ferrari, Merc and maybe even McLaren, after their improved showing yesterday, are going to come at them this year. It's going to be a tight race and RB are not going to be dominant throughout the year.