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Richard, when Vettel himself issues public apologies to the entire team, as well as profuse apologies to Webber, I have a hard time understanding how you feel he was perfectly in the right to take advantage of the situation and race for the win, when Webber expected that he would hold his position in 2nd. Webber stated that he had turned down his engines, after he secured his position coming out of the final pit stop. The gap between Vettel and Webber grew almost every single lap, from his pass till the finish (except the final lap, because of the time lost zig-zagging across the finish line). Webber was clearly NOT turning faster laps than Vettel after the pass...I don't know how you can type that with a straight face.