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Sebastian Vettel Delivers Meaningless Apology That He Shouldn’t Have to Make

Mark Webber isn’t stupid. He knows that, whether he likes it or not, Sebastian Vettel is Red Bull’s No. 1 driver and there will be no consequences for the three-time world champion’s actions during the Malaysian Grand Prix.Besides, even if team principal Christian Horner wanted to punish Vettel, what could they do to him? Tell him to write “I must not disobey team orders” on the blackboard 100 times? Then again, it’s doubtful that Red Bull “advisor” Helmut Marko would allow his protégé to suffer even that small indignation. Vettel’s forced apology and ridiculous claim to The F1 Times that he “didn't ignore it [the team order] on purpose but I messed up the situation&r...

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