Whenever Mark Webber and Christian Horner have their little post-British Grand Prix chat to chew over what happened during the closing stages of Silverstone, both will have every right to feel as though they have been a bit hard done by.
For Webber, it was clear that he was fuming at the instruction to hold position behind team-mate Sebastian Vettel - especially with a second place at stake and him keen to get as many points as possible in the bag.
For Horner, he has found himself thrust into a fresh controversy over team orders - and on the receiving end of a barrage of criticism from fans and sections of the media about why someone who made bold proclamations about always letting his drivers race supposedly went back on that and imposed team orders.
Beyond that, Red Bull faces the fresh problem of the 'rebel within' again, after Webber told the press that he had ignored what he felt were "unnecessary" team orders anyway.
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