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When was Vettel given a fair chance to challenge for the lead?

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    Red Bull really puzzled me today.
    - Half-way through the race, Vettel was told to back off of Webber, while he was much faster.
    - For two consecutive pit-stops Webber was given the undercut, meaning there was no chance for Vettel to challenge there.
    - When on his last stint, when he got the faster option tires he had been saving, he was told not to challenge Webber and cruise to the finish.

    Team-orders and what not are one thing, but when was Vettel given a fair chance to challenge for the lead?

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