AYRTON SENNA

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  • Drivers’ Championship

    NoNamePoints
    1Nico Rosberg61
    2Lewis Hamilton50
    3Nico Hulkenberg28
    4Fernando Alonso26
    5Jenson Button23
    6Sebastian Vettel23
    7Kevin Magnussen20
    8Valtteri Bottas18
    9Sergio Perez16
  • Constructors’ Championship

    NoNameScore
    1Mercedes111
    2Force India44
    3McLaren43
    4Red Bull35
    5Ferrari33
    6Williams30
  • Horner: Vettel ignored team orders

    Formula One News » Horner: Vettel ignored team orders

    Red bull racing boss Christian Horner says Sebastian Vettel deliberately ignored team orders to hold position after the final round of pit stops at the 2013 Malaysian grand prix.

    Speaking to Autosport, Christian Horner said
    “Do you honestly think that if we had told him ‘slow down and give the place back’, he would have given it back?

    “There was no point. He had made it quite clear what his intention was by making the move. He knew what the communication was. He had had the communication. He chose to ignore it.

    “He put his interest beyond what the team’s position was. He was focused on those seven points difference between second and first place – which was wrong. He has accepted it was wrong.”



    4 Comments

    1. Dwayne
      Posted 25/03/2013 at 11:57 | Permalink

      Easy to admit he was wrong but it wont give the points back would it

    2. DANIEL
      Posted 25/03/2013 at 13:26 | Permalink

      THE RED BULL RACING BRAND IS A DISGRACE.

      VETTELS VALUES ARE A REFLECTION OF THE BRAND THEN ITS SHOWS THE TEAMS LEADERSHIP REALLY STANDS FOR.

      WEBBER SHOULD LEAVE AND JOIN A TEAM WHERE HE CAN AT LEAST SAY HE’S PROUD TO BE PART OF IT INSTEAD OF CONSTANTLY BEING SHAFTED.

      RED BULL RACING BRAND “WIN AT ALL COST EVEN IF IT MEANS SHAFTING YOUR TEAM, TEAM MATES AND YOUR SPORT”

    3. Alex Monaghan
      Posted 25/03/2013 at 23:13 | Permalink

      Great, but what is going to be one about it Christian?

    4. Pat Beeson
      Posted 26/03/2013 at 18:09 | Permalink

      Vettel reminds me of my six year old grandson who is childish enough to think that he can do exactly what he wants to do and just say he’s sorry afterwards and it will all be ok and he’ll have had his own way. I find it quite insulting to his team bosses that he feels confident that he will get away with this behaviour. The hard thing is that he is quite right – he has got away with it. Disgraceful.

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