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@rex - the team giving raikkonen instructions is hardly team orders, his race engineer was merely informing him of what was needing to be done and all the race parameters, i feel you've greatly misunderstood what team orders are.
@shamarone - 3 times champs or not, the point still stands from EB. Mercedes ordered their drivers not to pass too so while he only mentioned RB he was offering comment on all instances
The fact remains that while both drivers still have a realistic shot at the title, it is unfair to ask a faster driver on track not to pass his team mate. What would happen if both drivers didnt win the title and, take Rosberg for talkings sake, lost the title by a couple of points? It would have been team orders at this very early stage of the season that would have cost him dearly, his own team would have given the title away. I maintain while both drivers have a realistic shot at the title then team orders should not be allowed, when one is more favoured than another towar