Vettel Wins Malaysian GP, Angers Webber
Driving in second place with only ten laps to go, Vettel ignored team orders, that asked him to stay behind Webber, and decided to overtake his team-mate with a risky maneuver. The German went on to win his 27 grand prix angering both Webber and Red Bull team officials.
Sebastian Vettel was then asked to apologize to his his Aussie team-mate, which he did, but it looks like the feud between the two was fueled up again. Obviously furious, Webber refused to join the post-race celebration, but declined to comment on the incident, saying that he was off to Australia for a short vacation until the next race.
Getting back to the race results, Lewis Hamilton finished in third position, while his Mercedes AMG team-mate Nico Rosberg took fourth place. Massa, Grosjean, Raikkonen, Hulkenberg, Perez and Vergne snatched the remaining points. Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso had to drop out of the race after just one lap following an accident that wrecked his vehicle beyond repair.
The next Grand Prix will take place on April 14, in China.