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Some of the driving in the Brazilian GP should have been censured. Even the moves of one of F1's top liners are borderline. Maybe it's time to change racing etiquette
Over the past few seasons there have been many occasions where F1 race stewards have failed to take excellent opportunities to do nothing. Spa 2008 comes most readily to mind, but there are plenty of others. At Interlagos they took that opportunity with an incident that was crying out for their involvement.
Let's not be too hard on Kamui Kobayashi. He was driving in his first grand prix, he'd done brilliantly to withstand many laps of pressure from a world title contender snapping at his heels, and generally gave an impressive account of himself despite very little preparation. But his move on Kazuki Nakajima that took the Williams out of the race was outrageously dangerous.
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