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Webber after Silverstone 2011:
“I am not fine with it. No. That's the answer to that,” the Australian said when asked if he understood the team's decision.
“If Fernando retires on the last lap we are battling for the victory so I was fine until the end. Of course I ignored the team as I want to try and get another place. Seb was doing his best and I was doing my best.
“I don't want to crash with anyone, but that was it. I tried to do my best with the amount of conversation I had. One-way conversation obviously as I wasn't talking too much back.
“There was a lot of traffic coming to me, but I was still trying to do my best to pass the guy in front.”
It's all plain and simple: Webber has ignored orders in the past. If I remember correctly, everyone praised him for that. "That's it Mark. Defy the team and their spoilt brat". So MW can disobbey and SV can't. Why the double standards?
To those who claim MW won't help SV anymore, tell me, what difference it will make? He's never helped S