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john. what a lot appear to be missing is when webber is supposed to have turned down his engine. ONLY rbr know this, despite all the comments here.
the comment made is that webber turned engine down AFTER the pit stop. if that is the case, it could hardly have been turned down as he exited the pit with vettel alongside. so it must (if at all) been done after the tussle, although lap times refute this.
f1 rules. seb apologised for messing up, NOT for disobeying an instruction. big difference. but i guess that when he got out of the car and found that he (like webber before) had not been clear on the instruction, his reaction would be to say sorry. at least he was man enough to admit he messed up, something which webber had not done, in similar circumstances.