I have to say, I agree with the FIA's decision to penalise Hamilton. Raikkonen was barely past him when he launched his counter-pass. He clearly had a faster car through that section, so what was the hurry? He could simply have followed Raikkonen through La Source and then pounced on the run down to Eau Rouge. His impatience got the better of him, and he paid the price. There have been bad decisions before, like Sato's supposed ignoring of blue flags at Indy that time (I think it was blue), but I don't think this is one of them. I also think it has a lot to do with where it happened. Spa has the distinction of having the shortest Start/Finish straight on the calendar, so there's not a hell of a lot of room between the Bus Stop and La Source. If it had been anywhere else on the circuit, where there was some distance, it's likely Hamilton would not have been penalised. Of course, all of this is fuelled by F1's race wars. You're either from Camp Ferrari or Camp McLaren; even if you support another team entirely, a part of you still has a preference for either of those teams. The pro-McLaren people say it was unfair because it was a McLaren involved, while the pro-Ferrari people claim it to be justified.