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I honestly do not understand this continued media beating of the drum on this issue. This is now a complete non-issue within the team, as you can see from their comments. Mark is not quitting, never said he was going to. Seb is not going to be sanctioned or punished, and owes no-one outside his team any apology - if that. Horner is still in charge. In fact, there are a few of us who feel that what Seb did is good for the sport - as it has made team orders look even more stupid than ever. Red Bull is making the right call being rid of them. If anyone is going to see an implication it will be any team who believes that this will slow RBR in any way, or weaken them in the championship - as Seb said, all this noise covered the reality that they did quite well in the race - on tires and fuel. Missing that point is going to cost someone, and it ain't Red Bull.