The real loser from the Red Bull row
While Mark Webber complained about what he felt was unfair treatment, Jonathan Noble explains why the supposedly-favoured Sebastian Vettel is coming off worse
A glance through the media cuttings after the British Grand Prix weekend, or a quick stop off at Red Bull Racing's official website for comments from the fans, left you in no doubt what the majority of the world felt about the wing-swapping controversy that dominated paddock talk at Silverstone.
News story after story, rant after rant, suggested that Red Bull's favouritism tactics were a disgrace - and that Mark Webber's 'appointment with Karma' on Sunday was the most righteous outcome possible.
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