Oh, what? Jenson Button gave his two cents’ worth about the whole Sebastian Vettel-Mark Webber Malaysian Grand Prix stolen-win-disobeying-orders fiasco? But did Vettel care? Apparently not.
The young Red Bull driver and reigning world champion has risked further antagonizing teammate Mark Webber by admitting that he has no regrets winning the Malaysian Grand Prix. Even if it was done at Mark’s expense.
Sebastian Vettel apparently told the website for Infiniti, the Red Bull team’s title partner:
I told the team straight after I apologized for putting myself above the team, which I didn’t mean to do. I don’t apologize for winning. I think that’s why people employed me in the first place. That’s why I’m here, I love racing, so that’s what I did.
Yes, Sebastian. But last we checked, there’s no “I” in “Team”. Contradictory to what you said right after the Malaysian Grand Prix much?
The pair will be under fierce scrutiny at this weekend’s Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai as they return to action for the first time since Vettel ignored team orders to overtake Webber and win the second race of the season.