Uff, a bit old...
You really believe that Alonso wasn't at fault in the incident with Jenson in Canada?
I'll bring up the footage when I get home, but as I posted in another thread, it's blatantly clear that Jenson was right up alongside Alonso going into the first part of the chicane. Alonso tried to take the corner back by TRYING to outbrake Jenson into the entry, but he didn't even come close to succeeding. Without getting far enough ahead, he simply turned across Jenson's front wheels. Jenson had nowhere to go, he was already parked right up on the kerbs on the apex of the corner.
100% Alonso's fault.
Trying to outbrake Jenson: Some people call it racing. Not only he tried to outbrake Jenson, but he actually did outbrake Jenson, which is not too difficult to understand since Jenson was in the interior and had to brake earlier.
Alonso didn't come close, you say... Well, he was one wheel away from continuing his race, but he did not have to succeed in anything because the overtake was being done by Jenson, who "almost" succeeded, but backed off to take the turn. Alonso had the racing line. Just before the turn, both drivers moved to the left to take the wider possible angle in that curve. The footage that you are going to show me only shows Button entering a bit too wide into that corner because he arrived with a bit of extra speed.
But before you continue, can you tell me why Di Resta was penalized? After all, Heidfield also outbraked Di Resta, didn't he? Then, why the stewards penalize Di Resta? (In fact, most of penalties of this kind go to the driver in the interior, so something gotta give).
100% Alonso's fault... Mmmm... OK whatever.