So you are practically suggesting that drivers should just move away when another young and inexperience driver is making an overtaking move and they should only defend their position if the overtaking driver is an experienced one?
Later in the frame, I think Hamilton had time to move out a bit. By then, the hard braking was completed, and he could have seen how unstable Hulkenberg was getting. This is not the first time this season. Even in Valencia, against Maldonado, he need not have fought hard with Maldonado keeping it so tight, even though that was also clearly Maldonado's mistake. He can easily argue in both cases, it was not his mistake, and he would win the cases hands down. But he lost 37 points.
I rather have it so that penalty should be given to drivers who made an idiotic mistake and collide with another who clearly have left enough space. That way they will learn to race while respecting each others' space just like what Schumacher and Kimi did without making any mistake nor contact.
Edited by alg7_munif, 27 November 2012 - 01:26.