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It is understandable that Bernie is happy that Vettel didn’t obey team order given to him, Bernie will sell his mother if he thinks it will benefit what he runs but only a fool will think that he don’t understand the teams necessity to use team orders. As far as the F1 format is for teams to field two cars team orders cannot be taken away from the rights of a team no matter what the FIA will ever say. Apart from the owner/s of a team every single person employed by that team will have to be subject to team wishes/orders and there is no other way about it no matter what we followers/supporters think/feel about it. Regardless and apart from the arguments for and against (retributions, pay back action and the lot) Red Bull the team was right (it was their right) to give team orders, Vettel was wrong in not obeying that order. It is useless and confusing for the issue at hand (and that includes me) to talk/arguing about past actions and their behaviour by those involved the team includ