Webber lucky to escape without penalty for Malaysia antics 4 April, 2013 Mark Webber squeezes Sebastian Vettel during the Malaysian GP Mark Webber may have been the victim of the Multi-21 team orders affair at Sepang, but the Australian’s on track behaviour also raised a few eyebrows in the process. As his teammate Sebastian Vettel ignored team orders and launched an overtaking attack, Webber pushed the sister Red Bull almost into the pitwall at 300kph. He then showed his middle finger to his German cohort, and after the chequered flag was flown, he swerved into Vettel at high speed in one final act of frustration and anger. The FIA, however, remained silent, and not a single stewards’ investigation was launched. “Other drivers have been punished for much less,” an unnamed boss of a rival team is quoted by respected Auto Motor und Sport correspondent Michael Schmidt. (GMM) Content on GrandPrix247.com by: staff & contributors, Reuters syndication, GMM service, Getty Images, Formula 1 teams, sponsors & organisations.