1. Will British GP winner Webber’s insubordination cost him?
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There are so many areas of discussion surrounding yesterday’s British Grand Prix, which was won by Mark Webber for Red Bull, with Lewis Hamilton second in a McLaren and Nico Rosberg third for Mercedes, that it’s hard to know where to start.
While Webber won in dominant fashion, which was good for him and good for the team (on the surface), in reality he had his middle finger raised in the direction of his employer for most of the weekend.
His sarcasm immediately after the race (when he said to team principal Christian Horner via the radio: "Not bad for a No. 2 driver") and his flippant reference to teammate Sebastien Vettel during the post-race press conference (in which he referred to him as "the other car") can’t help but result in a repercussion of some kind.
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