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Can't believe how many people disagreed with freejack's comment, which was spot on! Just goes to show as many people misunderstand this whole situation as understand it. Red Bull had serious tyre concerns, after the winter testing and the drop off in performance in Australia. They are on the cusp of all-time greatness in possibly winning four WDCs, constructors and drivers, in a row. They knew Mark could maintain the gap. When Seb first complained about Mark being 'too slow, get him out of the way!!', Mark immediately pulled away. It was Marks race, the Red Bulls were not going to be caught, hold station and conserve the tires and the engines, bring it home boys. Alonso is out, Kimi is nowhere, it's a long season, it was a good call by the team. Then Vettel loses the plot! Even more so after the race when he lied about it!
So he's apologised, that's good, now move on. But this IS a team sport, the drivers are paid employees of the team, sometimes the people on the pit-wall have a bet