After the race for the Malaysian Grand Prix, Sebastian Vettel admitted that it was not right to ignore the tactics agreed before the race and overtake teammate Mark Webber in the last laps, and stole his victory. The three-time world champion immediately apologized to Webber by explaining that he felt a grip on the back set of tires that allowed him to drive faster. “It was a close race with a bike next to a bike. We didn't leave much space. In the end, I wanted too much. I felt like my race car was better. I took the lead away from Mark, which upset him. I want to be honest and apologize to him. I took a lot of risks to be able to overtake him. You should be better at it. Probably my apology doesn't do him much good. All I can say is that I didn't do it on purpose. "
After Sunday's victory, Vettel also took the lead in the overall standings of the championship. After two races, he has a nine-point advantage over Australian winner Kimi Raikkonen, who finished seventh in Malaysia.
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