"there has been one occasion this season where Vettel already did the 'right thing' for the team – and that means the 'right thing' ultimately for Webber"
Was he refering to Spa?
LOL, just kidding. When and what could that have been? It doesn't seem like there are many alternatives, unless it didn't happen during a race.
Interlagos - nope
Korea - nope
Suzuka - nope
Singapore - nope
Monza - nope. Edit: there was his 'problem' when he let Webber through, but then he went on to pit very late and finish ahead of Webber anyhow. Did he help him but then decided to make his own luck with a strategic gamble? It makes sense given how late in the season it was and the real threat Ferrari and Alonso had already become.
Spa - nope
Hungary - did he back away from the SC that extra bit to get Webber a jump at the restart? It could have meant he over did it and ended up getting his drive through...
Hockenheim - nope
Silvetstone - definitely not
Valencia - nope
Canada - nope
Turkey - LOL, hell no
Monaco - could he have decided to not attack Webber who had a problem none of us has known abaout? Perhaps it did trigger his aggressiveness at Turkey as he decided to not help Webber again. But it also seems way too early for any sort of orders or team interference whatsoever.
Barcelona - nope
China - nope
Sepang - nope
Australia - nope
Bahrain - nope
So I see only three possibilities, but only two seem reasonable. What do you guys think, what could I have missed?
I hope you guys at the BB can figure this out.
Edited by Atreiu, 10 November 2010 - 19:25.