Originally Posted by kingby
In a highly tuned organization (any org, not just a racing team) that is focused on the win (or success in general), the boss's word needs to be gold and followed to a T. If there is dissension in the ranks, either of two outcomes need to be followed through on.
Sanction to the dissenting party (IE: Vettel is disciplined)
A Change in leadership needs to happen. (All leaders make mistakes, but the team still need to support those decisions. If the decision is so bad that the team members cannot possibly follow along, that leader needs to go).
This will not end well otherwise.
This is so true in the real world, out of the public eye the boss can get away with shit because his mistakes are not public record. I am not sure this is true in the fantasy world of F1. IMHO Honers shortcomming lead to a bad situation that put a great young driver in a bad spot forcing him to make a tough decision for the benifit of RBR. Everyone knows Marco is in charge!