Sport Daniel Ricciardo of Australia and Infiniti Red Bull Racing has a car breakdown on his installation lap in Jerez

World champion Sebastian Vettel managed just 11 laps yesterday

<b>Sebastian Vettel v Mark Webber </b><br/>
The three-time World Champion ignored team orders in Sepang to fight his way past his Australian team-mate to win the Malaysian Grand Prix. As the Red Bull duo duelled on the track, team principal Christian Horner took to the radio to warn: 'This is silly Seb'.

Sebastian Vettel incident will not see Mark Webber walk away from F1 insists father

The Red Bull driver missed out on victory in Malaysia when his team-mate ignored team orders

The Sport Matrix: Tuesday 26 March 2013

Montenegro just where we want them, says Gerrard

Seb Vettel passes Mark Webber yesterday despite team orders not to do so
Seb Vettel passes Mark Webber yesterday despite team orders not to do so
Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber pictured after the Malaysian Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel v Mark Webber: F1 world champions must be 'extremely selfish' says Gerhard Berger

Vettel ignored team orders to win the Malaysian Grand Prix

The Sport Matrix: Monday 25 March 2013

Webber left fuming after Vettel ignores team instructions

Sebastian Vettel celebrates his controversial victory in Malaysia

Red Bull civil war: Sebastian Vettel is personable off the track... but on it he's as petulant and ruthless as they come

The Red Bull driver ignored team-orders to claim victory in Malaysia

Seb Vettel passes Mark Webber yesterday despite team orders not to do so

Sebastian Vettel v Mark Webber: Truce over at Red Bull as Webber fumes at Vettel's grand theft

German apologises after stealing race from team-mate, having ignored Red Bull orders

Kimi Raikkonen on his way to winning the Australian Formula One Grand Prix at the Albert Park Circuit

Kimi Raikkonen leads the way in Malaysia practice

Kimi Raikkonen posted his intent to start the new Formula One season with back-to-back wins after finishing quickest in practice ahead of Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix.

Vettel

F1: Red Bull pinpoint problem areas ahead of Malaysian Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel finished third in opening Grand Prix

Danny Boyle, film-maker

Page 3 Profile: Danny Boyle, film-maker

The director?

Sergio Perez struggled for his new team McLaren yesterday

Red Bull bubbling as new Formula One season dawns

Vettel again looking the one to beat ahead of tomorrow’s season opener while McLaren at a loss to explain their struggles with car

Bernie Ecclestone, Formula One Supremo

Page 3 Profile: Bernie Ecclestone, Formula One Supremo

Any radical changes to Formula One this year?

F1: Martin Whitmarsh admits McLaren are 'undoubtedly struggling'

McLaren slow during practice for the Australian Grand Prix

F1: Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull make ominous start to new season

The triple world champion was fastest during practice in Melbourne

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