Sebastian Vettel won the Malaysian Grand Prix after disobeying direct orders from the team not to pass teammate Mark Webber. Vettel apologized at the time, but now he's changed his tune. Instead of being apologetic, it sounds like he'd do the same thing again if given the chance.
The talk of the Malaysian Grand Prix ended up being how Sebastian Vettel ignored team orders overtook Red Bull teammate Mark Webber for the lead and win. But Red Bull accomplished something even more significant during that race: They changed four tires on Webber's car in 2.05 seconds. Holy shit balls.
Yesterday Sebastian Vettel was ordered not to pass Red Bull teammate Mark Webber for the lead at the Malaysian Grand Prix. Vettel made the pass anyway. Webber wasn't pleased. Here he is expressing that displeasure.
You're looking at the Ascari Curves at Monza, 2011. An F1 car would enter this right-left chicane at 101 miles an hour, exit at 146 miles an hour, and mid corner it'd go around 131. Sideways, in the case of Sebastian Vettel.