One was under acceleration, the other under braking.
I meant coming off the corner--Perez didn't swing back to the apex at Singapore like Schumi did at Monza, though he did take a wide exit to hold Schumi off like Schumi did to Hamilton at Curva Grande. Or maybe Perez was actually trying to get out of Schumacher's way and Schumacher misjudged it. Either way, Michael paid for it in the end.
Wonder what you said at Hungary last year.
I wasn't here for the firestorm that surely must have erupted over that.
I don't want to open a can of worms with this, but to answer your question, Schumacher was 100% within his right to defend the way he did at Hungary 2010. Barichello should've gone the other way or backed out if he didn't think he could make it. Ditto to Schumacher at Singapore.
I don't know how you can 'judge' the braking & accelerating of a car that is 3.5 seconds slower than your car. It's like throwing a couple of GP2 cars on the grid for shits and giggles.
Shit happened this afternoon, thats all.
It's hard to judge, yeah, but judgment is a part of racing. Schumi misjudged here and paid for it, period.
Can't wait for next race--I'm fairly certain Michael will definitely be one up on Nico at Suzuka.