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2011-10-28 07:55

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GREATER NOIDA, India - Double Formula 1 champion Sebastian Vettel has hinted that he will let Mark Webber pass him during this weekend's  Indian GP because he would "love" to see his team mate finish the season second in the Drivers' championship.

Vettel, whose second consecutive Drivers' title was followed a week later by Red Bull's Constructors' crown, said "scenarios" could come into play on Sunday as F1's dominant team targets a clean sweep of honours.


A 1-2 season finish for Red Bull would add the coup-de-grace to a superlative season in which Vettel as so far won 10 of 16 races and started from pole position 12 times.

Vettel said: "We've seen, this year in particular, races are long and a lot of things can happen in the beginning but also the end... overtaking is definitely possible. The race order may not be clear, even five or 10 laps from the end. It depends where you are.

"So, we worry first of all to make sure we're in a strong position and then the scenario comes last."

If Vettel does let Webber past it would constitute a role reversal for the Australian, who has long chafed at team orders forcing him to play a support role to his younger team mate.

"I would love to see Mark finishing second, it's good for us as a team," Vettel added. "I think we've had a strong season so far and that would be the best way to finish it."

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