Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says his drivers still have a “healthy rivalry” following the row over team orders in the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Mark Webber finished behind team mate Sebastian Vettel in controversial circumstances in Sepang but F1 Fanatic readers picked him as the best driver of the race weekend.
Christian Horner confirms Red Bull will stop using team orders as Sebastian Vettel says he would not obey them and he deserved to win in Malaysia.
Fernando Alonso says he isn’t concerned about his retirement from the Malaysian Grand Prix because “everyone has at least two or three DNFs per season”.
Felipe Massa has criticised Red Bull’s use of team orders in the Malaysian Grand Prix, saying it was too early in the championship to use them.
Nico Rosberg revealed Mercedes did not discuss the possibility of enforcing team orders on its drivers prior to the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Mark Webber says he never entertained the possibility of not seeing out the 2013 season following the team orders row in Malaysia.
Sebastian Vettel said he does not apologise for winning the Malaysian Grand Prix after disobeying orders to finish behind Mark Webber.
There’s no mistaking what the major talking point of the Malaysian Grand Prix was for most F1 Fanatic readers.
Romain Grosjean says he’s eager to get his hands on the exhaust upgrade that was run on his team mate’s car during the last race weekend.
Lotus team principal Eric Boullier says drivers should obey team orders when they are given but added it’s too early in the season to be using them.
Red Bull’s record-breaking 2.05 second pit stop for Mark Webber and Fernando Alonso’s early retirement were caught on camera by F1 fans at the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Red Bull claim their mechanics set a new record for the fastest ever four-wheel tyre change in Formula One during the Malaysian Grand Prix.
“If Alonso or Hamilton had been in that position they’d have done the same… let’s not kid ourselves that this is something unique to Sebastian.”
Red Bull and Mercedes’ demands that their drivers not race each in Malaysia has sparked fresh debate about when team orders should be issued.
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Lewis Hamilton has hit back at Helmut Marko’s claim that Mercedes operate a system of distinct number one and number two drivers.
Radio broadcasts reveal who has been using team orders in the opening races and more of the mid-race discussions at Red Bull and Mercedes.