@ gugalpm: wow, that is a bit of a over-reaction for what happened at two or three races this year, isn’t it? Why should they be favouriting Webber when, just this morning, Vettel could be leading Mark by 11 points if he wasn’t robbed of a victory again by reliability issues? Why should they be favouring Webber when Vettel has dominated Webber in the last four races (and in many more before that)?
Vettel is a spoilt kid, that’s the truth. The team gives him full preference. Anyone saying the team is impartial MUST be joking. They’ve ALWAYS favoured Vettel.
I don’t want to sound rude, but you must be joking here. The only favouritism I’ve seen in their garage was in Turkey, when they ordered Webber turn is engine down while telling Vettel to turn his up, and in Silverstone with the front wing row (even though I completely agree with what Red Bull did at Silverstone).
Red Bull has been an example of how to give drivers equal chances for most part of the season. You are just not wanting to see it.