Watched the TV coverage in the weekend. The tyre thing was a confusion. You agree anyway, Rosberg was on it to pass Lewis with a faster tyre at the end. The safety car ruined that. It was a much better chance for Nico to pass had the safety car not gone out. Even Ted from sky said that. As for the moves, look at this: Furthermore, 20.5. The one you quoted. It doesn't say it's okay if there are no walls, it flat out says it's not permitted to hinder other drivers by pushing them off track. You can say it's karma for ALL THA TIME YOU HAVE TO LEAVE THE SPACE, but it doesn't matter. Bottom line is this, if the attacking driver has a "significant portion" of his car alongside the defending driver, you're entitled full width at all times. If you push the driver off, you ought to get a penalty. It didn't happen just once. There was also this move in lap 17-18 where Hamilton nearly took out Rosberg's front wing and Rosberg turned left in the last second. Rosberg actually complained on the radio. I didn't hear that at the track. Oh, and there weren't moves as aggressive as Hamilton's in the other battles. Except one involving the Williams, I think. Face it, Hamilton is a sore jealous loser that will do anything to win, just like Senna. Even before the Grand prix started on the warm up lap, he wanted to screw Nico. Notice how far he dropped back? He wanted Nico to sit on his grid spot for much longer. That could've overheated his engine and cooled his tyres. The race was fun, but quit being that anti-vettel guy from last year. You sound just like him. Hamilton did NOT outrace Rosberg. He bullied his way in, and Nico knew he wasn't getting past without contact so he didn't push back. FFS, that radio message "ive got no power", seriously? He was that freakin' desperate. Oh and if you think "nice guys finish last", I'll have to remind you this is a sport. It involves something called SPORTSMANSHIP. If you disagree, rename this motorSPORT section to motor racing. Wrong. Read above.