I personally think Damon Hills 3 times the line move on MS at Canada 1998 was more dangerous in which MS was the one complaining he could of been killed.
I think this Hungary 2010 move was a mistake by MS by not closing that line Rubens was trying to get through earlier and try and force him around the outside. Yence it was late, the speed of Rubens coming out of that last corner was quite immense compared to earlier laps where Brundle was commenting the mercedes engine is that little bit better, so with Rubens getting a good last corner, must of surprised MS, this isn't always easy to estimate, kinda like tennis, which way will the ball come next, I knew he wasn't going to give up, but this time he was tactically too late and caught out by Rubens speed on the straight, I wasn't expecting it at that specific point, I thought Rubens would get MS into breaking into the first corner, not having almost passed arriving into the first corner.
When Senna squeezed MS in the early 90s, and MS crashed out, and MS complained after, and this is not how a 3 times world champion should behave, it must of stuck with him. As soon as you know a driver is leaving more then a acceptable margin or margin-general standard, it becomes predictable, the psychologcial game in playing with the margins is something Senna showed to Schumacher, and now and again MS will show it, even if he risks penality, because the greater reward is the Senna reward, the never give up mantle-and this is important for future races. Then deny you were doing anything more then hard racing-tough racing. Exactly what Damon Hill was trying to be at Canada 1998, trying to be more aggressive like Senna and Schumi and getting it wrong, MS still overtook him and Hill said he's a hella driver after all that.
Edited by SeanValen, 02 August 2010 - 00:05.