Originally Posted by overlandr
Except his self respect. He was the guy in charge of the Drivers assoc AFAIR so carries big respect from other drivers. He's got a reputation as a clean driver. When its all over, what's left except the way you played the game.
What I was trying to say was that with little to lose, Webber himself may be less inclined to follow team orders next time. This might include refusing to help Vettel when help is needed. It might conceivably (we can hope!) include Webber leading a race late in the season and refusing to turn the lead over to Vettel.
All conjecture, of course, but a man can dream.