Webber and Vettel Make Peace At Red Bull
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The day before the British Grand Prix, Australian Formula One driver Mark Webber was incensed to learn he would have to give the front wing of his car to Red Bull teammate Sebastian Vettel on race day. Webber led the race from start to finish and as he took the chequered flag, said over the radio, "Not bad for a number two driver." He later said he would never have signed with Red Bull if he had known Vettel would receive favoured treatment. But now, apparently, peace has broken out, and both Red Bull drivers understand that if resources are limited, priority will be given to the driver ranked higher in the championship standings (now Webber).
Darwin would have been pleased.