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Richard, thanks for noticing my nickname but zero points on your ability to copy it down properly.
Read the 2nd sentence of my post, as you clearly missed that the first time you read it. Where do I say I don't want to see actual racing. This is not about the 'being a racer' mentality or the 'will to win at any cost' persepective. I don't know why you and others cannot see beyond that.
If they were actually 'racing' as you put it, then Webber would have had his engine turned up too. Webber had a turned down engine, not by his own choice but by the team, and Vettel sucker-punched him. It was unfair and thats it. If they were under racing conditions and told they could race but be careful not to take each other off then Sebs move would would have been bold, fair and great. But that wasn't the situations and he messed up.