Originally Posted by wxwax
I don't make much of it. They're spanking him behind the scenes and praising him to the media. Good people management, seems to me. I would think it was humiliating for Vettel to be forced to apologize to the entire team in person. That's a better punishment than a fine. They were never going to suspend him. This is probably he best they can do, given the circumstances.
Agreed, however they must be carefull, you don't want to make Seb second guess himself on race day because everyone knows at the end of the day Webber can't get the job done like Seb has done so in the past.
Seb is the futur and Webber is there to finish second to get CWC points... I hope Marco has made that clear because Horner seems unable. Being the axe man can be a bitch if you have a conscience...