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I don't see the problem. It makes Webber aware that Vettel isn't going to play by team orders, so he can feel free to ignore them now, too...and we can just get some real, legitimate racing from now on. Then Vettel can PROVE that Webber doesn't "deserve" wins and Webber can try to prove that on his day, he can absolutely outrace Vettel. To me, the incident might have been the best thing that could have happened to Red Bull. Now we'll hopefully get actual racing.