Red Bull teammates settle issue of bump
MILTON KEYNES, England -- Red Bull teammates Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber say they have no problems working together despite the collision that wrecked chances of a 1-2 finish at the Turkish Grand Prix on Sunday and handed the race to McLaren.
After discussions with team bosses Thursday, Vettel said the two teammates were right to race each other.
Webber, whose championship lead is five points over Button, said he would make sure it wouldn't happen again but the incident would not prevent the two drivers from continuing to work together.
The next race is in Canada on June 13.
Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press
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