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GP Week : Issue 86
a racing accident, nothing more, nothing less. It was wrong to blame either driver." Horner also exonerated Webber's engineer Ciaron Pilbeam, after suggestions in the press that he'd refused to relay an order for Mark to move over. "Ciaron Pilbeam has taken a bit of flak recently. He had no instruction to tell Mark to move out of the way; that is 100 percent clear. "There was no conspiracy trying to get one car past the other or getting one to slow down," insists Horner. "I'm cool. Totally over it," shrugged Webber in his interview session, but his crossed arms suggested he was feeling defensive and still a little wound up by what happened. But by collecting 15 points with third at Istanbul Park, things could have been worse for the Australian: "I've certainly had tougher days than Turkey. The next day I woke up feeling sore for the team rather than myself," said Mark. Apparently his contract extension with Red Bull was signed on the Saturday night prior to the crash. Red Bull accepts fans want to see real racing, and say there will be no team orders: "We won't be instructing one driver or another to concede or overtake, it's down to what they do on the circuit,' promised Horner. "I think both drivers have learnt a great deal from the events in Istanbul." disagree F1 NEWS >> 7