I struggle to like or respect Vettel but I have a dilemma about last year - was this an arrogant driver 'meddling' in team strategy decisions and therefore losing concentration and making mistakes; or was it a very good driver seeing that the team were incapable of making the right strategy calls and therefore feeling it necessary to get involved?
Honestly Monty, I would say a little of both. Seb likes to be more involved at Ferrari than he ever was at RBR. That could simply be down to what it means to drive for such a team, or a progression in his experience, to provide as much feedback/knowledge back to the team.
I would be the first to admit, I thought he was a little BLEEP-BLEEP in the early Seb/Webber Red Bull days, but apart for the occasional outburst/bad decision on track these days, I feel that he is more professional/respectful to the sport and his competitors. Maybe there is hope for Max too - but I doubt it.
I hate to say it, but at this stage in the game, character wise, I see Max turning into a combination of Schumacher/Vettel (in his earlier years at RBR).