Some people show how unaware they are of the realities of racing or else have become completely blinkered in their following of a driver. Not surprisingly the SChumacher faithful seem to be among the most blind/loyal. Ethics in sport have plenty to do with the matter. Somehow a near catastrophic accident was only just avoided and some are saying because it didn't happen there's nothing to discuss. Like we should only investigate AFTER a disaster - doesn't happen in the world of aviation so I don't see why a near airplane wreck like this shouldn't be taken very seriously.
Some of the same people are saying Rubens came out of this badly - like he is some kind of wimp! Seriously deluded people.
Michael has further lost respect of pitlane no matter what Brawn and Haug try to say. He is now a SLOW, dirty driver and a Formula One disgrace.
It's funny, on one hand to try to show yourself being the bastion of objectivity and then you end with "He is now a SLOW, dirty driver and a Formula One disgrace." Hehe, funny
I'd like to just pick on one thing you said, you stated that a near catastrophic accident was narrowly avoided and you talked about the aviation industry. Two questions.
1. Why was the accident avoided? Pure luck?
2. There are situations every race where drivers put themselves into situations where there could be a major accident. They choose to do so, just watch any start where cars are chopping and fighting for space. Should we, as in the aviation industry, make sure that it's not possible for any accident to happen?
The aviation industry has to be safe, people don't decide to get on a plane so that they get the thrill of almost colliding with other planes. They get on to travel. Trust me on this, Rubens and Michael were not in the race yesterday because there was something at the start finish line they wanted to get to.