Dodgy Business: From innocuous to grave
The Hamilton/Trulli incident spiralled from a harmless attempt to play it by the book to a grave breach of sporting regulations in the three days between the Australian and Malaysian Grands Prix weekends
You have to feel for Martin Whitmarsh. Despite the fact that he's been at McLaren 20 years there's this funny perception that he's a new boy. And that his 'start' hasn't been too good.
There's never been a better illustration of how small, innocuous, 'nothing' events can snowball out of control in, for want of a better description, 'the media age' than what unfolded at the Malaysian Grand Prix.
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