Footage released of Mark Webber cutting up Sebastian Vettel at end of Malaysian GP

Australian cut across team-mate's bows at end of dramatic race

Last Updated: 26/03/13 10:53am

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Dramatic new footage showing Mark Webber cutting across Red Bull team-mate Sebastian Vettel after the end of the controversial Malaysian GP has been released.

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Fresh evidence highlighting Webber's anger at what he felt was the unjust nature of the World Champion's victory last Sunday, the new clip shows how the Australian chopped in front of the sister car after the pair had taken the chequered flag at the end of the tense 56-lap race.

After doing a celebratory 'weave' to crossing the line to claim his 27th career victory, Vettel, as is customary, pulled towards the Red Bull pitwall to acknowledge his success with the team.

However, unusually, Webber is in turn seen pulling to the far left hand side of the straight before new on-board footage from Vettel's car shows the sister RB9 sweeping back across his bows before accelerating on down to the first corner.

We'll have far more on the Webber-Vettel controversy in this week's upcoming edition of Sky Sports Online's F1 Midweek Report, with guests Maurice Hamilton and Mark Gillan joining presenter Anna Woolhouse to discuss the fall-out from Sepang, the rights and wrongs of team orders and what can be done to improve the show in Friday Practice.

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