richard_leeds wrote:I can find 3 Webber-Vettel incidents in 2010:
1 - Turkey
2 - Britain - Vettel battled with Webber at the start, that caused him to go off track and led to a puncture as he struggled to hold of Hamilton.
3 - Hungary - Vettel took a penalty for not maintaining a consistent gap behind the safety car in order to gain advantage over Webber who was behind him.
Vettel crashed in Belgium against Button. OK, not an team crash, but a warning that desperate overtaking looses points.
Finally, Canada 2011 was a lesson that even pressurising a driver in variable track conditions can cause a driver to go off track. That supports the "maintain gap" decision.
1. PNSD already said. So that's one.
2. There was no crash between them, and it seemed like Hamilton's front wing end fence caused the puncture rather than him running wide (which by the way was completely Vettel's fault and nothing to do with Webber).
3. Again no crash between them. Vettel f*&ked up (as admitted on the radio), and Webber was actually ahead of him.
So basically you're saying if Vettel tries to overtake anyone he crashes, and if anyone pressures him from behind he crashes? Therefore Webber should just avoid going near Vettel?