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Richard and Gweed, you claim I must have been in Webbers car for reasons unknown but you seem to be just as sure that Webber turned his engine up despite no evidence of that known to the public. It seems I once again have to repeat myself. I have no problem with actual hard racing. Its what F1 should be about. But team orders exist and should be obeyed. Its the team that pays the dirvers salaries. What if Vettel had taken both cars out again like he did last time? Would he still have been right? Cos Red Bull certainly wouldnt think so, thats common sense. Racing is all well and good but not when you mug your team mate who, like yourself, has been told to turn the engine down and hold station. Vettel is a petulant child and I wish Webber would have run him off the road to teach the little upstart a lesson. But you seem to think disobeying your boss, your teams wishes and mugging your team mate is just fine and dandy. It would stand to reason Webber had his engine turned down because

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