Just now, we saw Vettel win the Malaysian Grand Prix, despite being told to hold station behind his teammate. He attacked him hard, like he was racing for the championship on the last lap of the last race of the season, while Mark Webber had been told to lower his engine and cruise on home. This made Webber a sitting duck, and tried everything he could to fend him off, but could not stop him. Mark Webber "flipped him the bird" from within his car after the overtake, and proceeded to give Vettel the cold shoulder, reminding him of team orders. He did not spray Vettel during the celebrations, or even put his arm around him. Webber also stated in the post race interview that Vettel will be protected by the team and that he was thoroughly disappointed. Vettel had nothing constructive to say in response to what had happened, and seemed to ramble on about everything but the incident, and said they should not discuss the issue publicly. It is clear that drivers are meant to drive for their own championship, but they also should be listening to their team. He basically robbed Webber of his race win that the team was happy to give him, as he had controlled the race for the majority. This is likely to cause major friction between Vettel and Webber for the rest of the season, and with it being so early on, its not going to help anything. Did Vettel go too far? You decide.