When blocking becomes too much

When blocking becomes too much

Michael Schumacher's defensive driving at the Italian Grand Prix again dragged up the argument of what's acceptable on-track. Tony Dodgins examines how overstepping the mark too many times could have disastrous consequences

The action at the Italian Grand Prix has ignited much debate about what is fair defensive driving and what is overstepping the mark.

Derek Daly was the drivers' steward at Monza and he has been quoted saying that at the time the Michael Schumacher/Lewis Hamilton block at Curva Grande occurred, the stewards were busy looking into an incident involving Felipe Massa and Jarno Trulli.

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