Double team orders race. Really, that overshadows everything else for me. I know team orders are legal, and I'm ok with that, but the way the drivers handled Brundle's questions didn't exactly do their teams any pr
Good old Webber; he's sure not one to keep the team business quiet. That was the most awkward podium interview yet, but everyone must have seen it coming. I don't blame him for being pissed. I have to think that Vettel acting out like a spoiled child, passing whenever he wants and fair warning be damned, has done as much, if not more, to sour team harmony as Webber's public dirty laundry airing. I supose it all spices up watching RedBull run off to another superseason...
As far as Hamilton's post race; I guess it was nice of him to acknowledge his teammate but he came across too apologetic. I wasn't his decision to hold station, but considering the amount of criticism he gets it makes sense that he'd want to show he wasn't demanding #1 status.
The race itself wasn't all that eventful. Aside from Alonso's wing failure (which could have caused a much bigger incident other than just putting him out early, so there's that to be thankful for), Button's unexpectedly strong position prior to his disaster pit stop and the Lotus sluggishness relative to last week there wasn't that much to note. Or, if there was, it faded in comparison to the obligatory post-race controversy.
Oh well. I have Indycars in St. Petersberg to watch now. I haven't followed anything pre-season and have no clue what to expect.