I thought that too, Martin Brundle is bitterly jealous (or something?) towards Schumacher, I mean when both drivers won't give and the road runs out they usually both go off to avoid contact, that's a completely normal result. Michael Schumacher was ahead of Kubica and on the racing line unlike what Brundle said. clinging to the inside of the track is not the racing line you head into the corner from precisely where Michael was and he was ahead so it was just a case of Robert not backing off with only half a car up the inside. Robert as with many of the newer drivers have something to prove to Schumacher obviously and they're not giving an inch to him as if to make some kinda point. I'm not knocking Robert it wasn't a ridiculous move but it was a Montoya/Webber/Liuzzi/Sutil style attempt. The other incident was Massa Michael had moved once and was slowly returning to the racing line but again the driver behind didn't drop back when realising the car in front was bound to try and get somewhere back near the racing line for such a tight chicane, Felipe just clipped his front wing by centimeters, no-one couldv'e done that on purpose.
The glee with which Brundle and company have for knocking MS is obvious even to people like me who have never followed MS. Many who post here seem to have the idea that other drivers should give way to their favourite driver otherwise they are rough untalented etc drivers except when your LH. Another pitlane wheel banging incident today. Jealosy is showing out in bucket loads when it comes to knocking MS
Without front wing damage at the start and a puncture later Michael could've have been amongst the RedBulls.