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Formula 1: Why Lewis Hamilton’s Non-Move to Red Bull Is Not Such a Bad Thing

It was apparent on the podium for the Malaysian Grand Prix that two of the three drivers saw their "achievements" in a particular way.Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel wanted to be on their respective steps due to an ability to compete at the highest level and not because of team orders. Vettel disobeyed his team's request to remain behind his teammate Mark Webber by bursting past the Australian on his way to victory No. 27.Lewis Hamilton on the other hand obeyed orders to keep the status quo at Mercedes and, in the process, earned his third-place finish in spite of his own competitive morals. It was interesting to note that Vettel exchanged pleasantries only with Hamilton during the podium formalities, whilst Webber kept a firm...

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