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Malaysian Grand Prix 2013 Results: Reaction, Leaders and Post-Race Analysis

Controversy is swirling after the 2013 Malaysian Grand Prix at the circuit of Sepang, as Team Red Bull took both first and second place (Sebastian Vettel edged out Mark Webber for his 27th Formula 1 victory). But it wasn’t supposed to end that way.Webber left the final pit stop of the day in the lead, and Vettel was right on his heels in second place. According to the BBC, the German racer was told to continue running in second and bring home the one-two finish for the team. But with 13 laps remaining, Vettel took it upon himself to make things happen and passed his teammate. Webber still finished in second, but there was clear tension between the men after the race on the podium (h/t The Guardian), as neither shook hands, embraced or...

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