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GP Week : Issue 86
MARK Webber and Sebastian Vettel tried to put Istanbul behind them in a press meeting in Montreal, but it's clear they still don't see eye-to-eye on who was to blame for the crash that took them out of the lead of the Turkish Grand Prix. They looked tired on Thursday after what has been pretty much a 12 day interrogation. "What happened happened -- let's move on..." Vettel must have said a dozen times. Dr Helmut Marko's initial comments aside, most people who have seen the footage agree that Mark Webber did nothing wrong and the accident was caused by Vettel moving right too early. But Vettel denies he did anything wrong, and refuses to apologise: "Looking back, I wouldn't have done anything differently," he told the media. "You can look at [the crash] many times, from every angle, and everyone has their own opinion." "So do you blame Mark for it?" asked one reporter. "I didn't say that, did I?" came the tetchy response. "I did what I did and it didn't work." Vettel seemed quite close to snapping at this stage of the interview, but quickly reigned it back in. Team principal Christian Horner has said the team was wrong to apportion blame in the aftermath of the accident: "In the cold light of day it was Vettel and Webber agree to d 6