dacer wrote:FIA rules, one and two podium..
Debris on track, SC deploying was a good move. It would have been dangerous for the marshals to clear and debris on track can cause accidents
dacer wrote:Button must be penalizated for stop race on second SC.
That move was within the rules, the other drivers failed to anticipate it. Under the rules, Button effectively becomes the safety car and therefore controls the pace. Alonso did a similar thing at the 2006 British Grand Prix and escaped unpenalised.
dacer wrote:Hamilton must be penalizated for Hamilton-Vettel pit lane
A reprimand for both drivers was fair as Vettel pushed Hamilton into an area where mechanics were working but equally, Hamilton should have realised that he wasn't going to beat Vettel out of the pits.
dacer wrote:Hamilton-Webber second SC restart
If you watch the replay, Webber reacted slowly to the restart (now that you can overtake after the last safety car line, which is now situated prior to the final corner). Vettel used this to his advantage in an attempt to overtake Hamilton but misjudged his move and pushed Hamilton into the side of Webber. Lewis could do nothing, so it was Vettel's fault.
I think firstly that you need to understand the situations before making some hyperbolic statements that may anger some other people who can view the events with an open mind. Hamilton drove a great race, made it entertaining like he did in Australia and we should be thankful that the FIA have not transformed into the nanny state that it seemed to be descending into over recent seasons. Such incidents that have been commented on now are made to seem so major but 10 years ago they would have been dismissed as a non-event.