Partly due to the Schumacher-it-is that Vettel was suffering in much of the public eye at that time, I think. Mercedes have gone on to say imply that they won't stop their drivers racing each other for the WDC in the second half of the season, they seem to have taken an ameliorative line. In my opinion that's the right one, it's the only way to give each driver something to motivate them. Either of them could easily fight team orders on track as we know from Rosberg using the extra engine mode, followed by Hamilton doing the same, Hamilton refusing to move over yesterday. Toto Wooolllffff has earned my respect quite a bit this season, he seems a sensible guy who knows how many beans make funf and is doing the best to manage a volatile situation. In comparison Adrian Newey was twitching with annoyance after the race and just said to Seb "we'll talk about this afterwards". Webber's displeasure was obvious and understandable but to me it was the team's reaction that was very different and which most coloured people's opinion of events. Red Bull were clearly annoyed and angry, even Horner's syrupy "yes no you know" explanation seemed loaded. Hamilton was wrong in this case to break the team order... because it was an order. As with Vettel, I'd have done exactly the same thing. And so would Rosberg, I think.