Well Alonso did it again. Great racing by Kubica too; worth a punt?
But for all of you out there that think there isn't some agenda against McLaren / Ron Dennis / Hamilton, please explain some of those marshalling decisions yesterday?
Massa's drive through - Agree with the marshalls, he used the grass to get an unfair advantage when Hamilton had the driving line, and whilst he didn't have anywhere to go, he still drove into his opponent.
Hamilton's drive through - Can see where they're coming from (reckless driving by Lewis and you could argue he gained some advantage by using the run off down by turn one), however if you penalise him for that, you're setting a dangerous precedent and effectively SHOULD be reprimanding 1/4 of the pack on the average start. I'm convinced it was merely down to 'evening things out' with Massa.
Bourdais's disqualification - Disgraceful. The biggest, most blatant piece of back-handed cheating I have ever witnessed in this husk of a sport to date. He had the racing line. He had nowhere to go. He had position, no need to yield and a decent drive into the turn. He had the misfortune to have some immature **** drive into the side of him, and was lucky not to have his race ended there.
However Massa, had a big feck-off red car with a horse on it and therefore managed to get the guy disqualified after the race was over (neatly avoiding the controversy that would have ensued on live television) therefore depriving a struggling, hard working smaller team of some valuable points and gifting them a further one in the battle with Lewis.
Outrageous. If Lewis or Kubica loses this title by 1 point, I'll be livid...