Now that we've seen this applied practically, the board is split into the pro-Hamilton and anti-Hamilton stances regarding his moves, as well as for the drivers he was overtaking. Hamilton/Schumacher were praised for their moves on each other, only because they provided room for each other.
But it goes further: even on the Pirellis with differences of 20/40 laps in tyre wear, drivers still cannot get past others. And when they do, the odds of a successful pass is low and if it goes wrong, a penalty will be applied. So it is worth going for it?
With stewarding as it is and the total absence of the application "racing incident" in their decision-making, is there still a place for Monaco in F1?
Edited by Disgrace, 30 May 2011 - 17:18.