British GP 94: the penalty was given too late, and it was not the correct type. If he overtoke on the warm-up lap, he should start the race from the last place. That was the penalty for this, not a stop&go. And don't forget, the stewards change the black flag penalty to stop & go. The 3 race bann was only because his huge lead and the Briadtore-Mosley fight.
Australia 94: In that time there was no rule. But Shumi was on the ideal line/racing line, and when Schumi start to take to corner, Damons front wheel was behind the Benettons rear wheel, and Damons speed was too fast to that corner, and he push out the Benetton, which flew about 10-15 meters because the hard hit.
Belgium95: Damon forces MS out of the track one time, but like 94 Australia, that time was no rule for this.
Britain98: the penalty was given after the 25min limit, and it was not offical, only a paper with hand writing. Under the rules they had not been taken into account, but MS come into the pit within the rigt period.
Canada98: Pwnalty was given. Race win in the pocket.)
Austria00: I think it was a natural attempt. Try to get back to the pit. Nothing unusual. Lot of drivers go back to the pit with broken engien or sg.
USA02: Schumi want a photo finish in "Le Mans style", he didn't think Bari will "overtokk" him.
Europe03: his engine didn't stalled, so it was legal.
Monaco 06: when he lost controll and miss the corner he was much more faster than 16km/h. The telemetry is not a Bible. After Spa 98 stewards said DC doesn't responsible for the accident based on the telemetry. 7 years later DC said on an interview, that he make a mistake there.
Hungary10: Bari was behind Schumi before he cross the white line.
British GP 94: I have honestly no idea within what time limit the penalty was given. Anyway, he did not take it within 3 laps, and then it is a black flag. It might was a wrong call to give him any sort of penalty at all. But as long as it has been given, you have to follow it.
Australia GP 94: I was too young too know the rules from 1994, but I can't belive that it is allowed to turn into someone, just because you was in front.
Belgium GP 95: Damon forces? I though Schumacher was the one on bad tyres in front, and defending, therefor forcing. However, if it was legal with multiple moves, then it's fair enough, but still dangerous driving.
British GP 98: Ye, I said it was given too late. And yes, he did it in time, I also said that, but the loophole was doing it on the last lap. I don't think FIA meant that with the rule, and they changed the rule after the race.
Canada GP 98: Yup, and that was a good call too...
Austria GP 00: Well, try to get in the pit from T1 if the car is totally broken, not likely, but as I said a grey area, maybe he should've tried more, who knows...
USA GP 02: A Le Mans style, but not informing Barrichello, and in the same season as the Austria-"we don't care a **** about the fans" act. Nah, they(Ferrari) treated, and still treats the fans like we don't understand a thing...
Europe GP 03: He still got outside help to get on to the track, and outside help is not allowed.
Monaco GP 06: If the telemetry says he had 16 km/h at the point he claims to loose control, he had 16 km/h, I mean, even Jean-Deniz Deletraz kept his car on track at that speed. Regarding DC, he said he could've done it differently, yes. And he could, but based on the telemetry he didn't lift off, or any other sudden moves that could cause the crash. Maybe he should've gone to the side, yes. But he didn't to anything wrong
Hungary GP 10: Depends on what the definition of "behind" is. What I learned when driving was front wheel vs rear wheel equals right to a lane, and Schumacher didn't actually give any room after Barrichello got higher either. Anyway, I don't like driving that can set other peoples life in danger. The cars and tracks can be just as dangerous as they want, but I don't like it when a driver can be the one to blame for a fatal incident.