Here's another sign that somebody at Red Bull Racing is going to read the riot act to Mark Webber as a result of his behaviour at last weekend's British Grand Prix.
Other teams are starting to weigh in on the controversy, in which Webber belly-ached all weekend after a new and improved front wing was taken off his car and put on the car being driven by his teammate, Sebastien Vettel.
After Webber won the race, he continued to stick in the needle, telling team principal Christan Horner over the radio: "Not bad for a No. 2 driver."
Nick Fry, chief executive of the
Mercedes team, says that Red Bull must make clear to its
drivers that they are not in charge.
"Drivers are a vital part of the team but they're not the team and that needs to be clear," he is quoted by the Sun newspaper.
"As soon as the lunatics start running the asylum you have big problems," he added.