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10 Years On: Multi 21

Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel on the podium following the Multi 21 incident in Malaysia, 2013 Tensions between Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel reached fever pitch on this day at the 2013 Malaysian Grand Prix, a race forever known for the Multi 21 incident. Leading the race in the closing stages, Webber was attacked and passed by team-mate Vettel who went on to win. That infamous moment a decade ago is known simply as ‘Multi 21'. It's a reference that stems from the wording of a team order issued to both drivers. With Webber in Car 2, and Vettel in Car 1, it was an instruction for the pair to hold position to the finish. The Multi 21 order 'I was happy with how I drove today,'...
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