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Sebastian Vettel in Mark Webber apology after Malaysia win
Sebastian Vettel has apologised to Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber for
passing him against team orders to win the Malaysian Grand Prix.
The Red Bull drivers were told to hold station, with Webber ahead, after
their final pit stops but Vettel ignored the call and overtook the
Australian to win.
"I messed up. I would love to come up with a nice excuse or a nice story
but I can't. That's the truth," Vettel said.
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"I can completely understand Mark's frustration and the team not being
During the race, which Webber led from lap six, Vettel repeatedly went on
the team radio to ask Red Bull to make Webber move over for him.
"Mark is too slow - get him out of the way. He is too slow," he said at one
The team also repeatedly warned him to maintain a gap to Webber.
While Vettel was aggressively trying to pass Webber after their final pit
stops, team principal Christian Horner went on the radio to say: "Seb, this
But Vettel continued to attack and in the end Webber appeared to cede the
position to the German, who passed him around the outside at Turn Four with
13 laps to go.
Webber said: "After the last stop the team told me the race was over and we
turn the engines down [teams are limited to eight engines per season] and
go to the end. The team made their decision. Seb made his own decision and
he will have protection as usual."
Chief F1 writer
"The Malaysian Grand Prix team orders controversy at Red Bull is only the
latest episode of a long-running drama between Sebastian Vettel and Mark
"It goes right back to 2010, when the two crashed while Vettel tried to
pass Webber for the lead of the Turkish Grand Prix.
"Since then, there has been a litany of further incidents at the team as
the two men, both intensely determined and tough but very different in
other ways, have battled for supremacy.
"Adding spice to it is Webber's belief that, while they profess to allow
them to battle it out on the track, the team is more behind Vettel than
"The belief - widely shared within F1 - is founded on the way the team have
responded to the various situations between their drivers.
"In their battle in Malaysia there may even have been a bit of residual
revenge on Vettel's part - the German and his champion at Red Bull,
motorsport chief Helmet Marko, felt Webber was obstructive in last season's
title-deciding Brazilian Grand Prix."
Vettel added: "I owe an explanation to him [Webber] and also to the whole
team. Right now there is not much more I can explain. We talked about this
many times before the race. It very rarely happens.
"Today it did and I should have translated the call into action. I just
didn't get the message. I got it. I heard it. But obviously no action
followed because I misunderstood."
When it was put to him that Webber had held station in similar situations
in the past, Vettel said: "Now it is difficult to find the right words but
I think in the past if we had a situation if we were close to each other we
always used to fight.
"With the circumstances these days with the tyres not knowing how long you
"It was an extremely big choice to [potentially] screw both of our races as
in to not finish one-two, ignoring the order for a second and finishing
eighth and ninth destroying the tyres in that two or three laps fighting,
which we know can happen.
"I put myself above that decision today. I didn't mean to. I can only say
Asked if he was happy he won, Vettel said: "No, I'm not. As I said, I did a
mistake. If I could undo it I would but I can't so it is not a great
feeling right now and surely tonight is not going to be easy to fall
asleep. I owe a proper explanation and apology to Mark and the team."
Red Bull motorsport chief Helmut Marko, a champion of Vettel's within the
team, said the situation had "got out of control".
It is the latest of a series of controversial incidents between the two
drivers over the last few years.
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