TAC­TICS

F1 Racing - - AUSTRALIAN GP QUALIFYING -

Both have had their in­tra-team brawls. Mark Web­ber usu­ally set high qual­i­fy­ing bench­marks for Seb – and was some­times right there in the race, too, oc­cu­py­ing road that Seb, wished to use. The apogee came in Tur­key, 2010, when the im­pen­e­tra­ble bar­rier (Web­ber) was con­fronted by the in­ex­haustible force (Vet­tel). Seb lunged for a nar­row, high-speed gap… and on that oc­ca­sion lost. Web­ber re­cov­ered to nish third.

There was more tension. Web­ber would speak of­ten of Seb’s tantrums; and, af­ter win­ning at Sil­ver­stone in 2010, Web­ber icily de­clared his own per­for­mance was “not bad for a num­ber

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