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This isn't so much a question of drivers being underhanded, the real problem lies in the management of the team. The person who came out of the whole situation looking bad was Christian Horner. When Vettel was trying to force his way past Webber, at no time was there a firm and absolute command from him, unlike Ross Brawn who in no uncertain terms made it clear to Rosberg what he was being employed to do at that particular moment, when Rosberg also wanted to pass Hamilton. Helmut Marco then dropped Horner right in it in his post race comments saying it was Horners decision to make. If the boss loves you and supports you over the team principal and the lack of controlled leadership from the team principal creates an environment which allows you to bend the rules with impunity, of course you are going to take advantage of that to your own benefit. F1 drivers are single minded, selfish and cold blooded. It's up to the team to handle them and make sure they put team interests first. That's