First of all, this is what Signor Turrini wrote yesterday evening:
"In any case, taking the situation into consideration I would exclude that Red Bull would have the same driver liner up in 2011. Maybe they have but it can also be that Kimi has already called them."
And as for the incident on Sunday. I don't see it the way the majority saw it. It looks like Vettel really was treated badly since he was told on the radio to overtake Mark while Mark's race engineer gave other information to Mark. It would explain the whole situation.Webber's race engineer gets the blame
Turun Sanomat 31.5 2010 23:05:32
In Red Bull's investigations they have now found Mark Webber's race engineer Ciaron Pilbeam to be at fault since his advices to Mark about saving fuel and revs were seen as a signal that led to a too aggressive defense.
According to the team Pilbeam should have informed that Vettel was much faster but he did it in a wrong way.
Christian Horner said that he has gone through similar problems in the smaller formula-classes and knows that by talking things through quickly and making sure that the matter won't have any bearing in the future, both parties will understand what is best for them.
Istanbul/Heikki Kultahttp://www.ts.fi/f1/sahkeet/135372.htmlWebber's engineer gets critisism for the second time
Turun Sanomat 1.6 2010 22:41:21
– For Red BULL IstanBUL was a bulls** -race, they joke around the world.
Helmut Marko who is known as Red Bull -tycoon Dietrich Mateschitz's right hand was very careful not to blame Sebastian Vettel for the incident on Sunday in any way in the tv-interview on Monday.
Marko isn't blaming Webber anymore, all blame goes to his race engineer Ciaron Pilbeam. Pilbeam was also blamed in Australia GP for Webber's mistakes and now he got even more blame.
Marko said that the race engineer should have made it clear to Webber that Vettel is faster and so that he would avoid being overtaken by Lewis he is allowd to try to overtake Mark which would have been a defensive move from Vettel, not an attacking strategy.
According to Marko he should have said straight out to Webber that he was too slow and that Vettel had to use his speed so he wouldn't be overtaken by Hamilton.
– The engineer simply had a blackout and he didn't act professionally, Marko emphasised.