F1 » F1 2010 POLL: Who was to blame for Hamilton/Webber crash?

The coming-together between F1 2010 title rivals Mark Webber and Lewis Hamilton in the Singapore Grand Prix dealt the former a lucky escape and the latter a severe blow - but was either of them to blame..?

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September 27, 2010 5:32 PM

Great race,I follow the sport,but hardly ever comment on F1 issues.
This incident,whose to blame ?
Easy....racing is to blame. Two competitors fighting for the same piece of tarmac and this time Lewis drew the short end of the stick.End of story.
Good call by the stewards and good commentary Martin Brundle.

cheryl - Unregistered

September 27, 2010 5:45 PM

I am a Lewis fan and I know that if Mark had passed Lewis Lewis would have reacted in the same way Mark did. Its called racing and thats what they are paid to do, not follow each other round the track lap after lap. It makes me cross when I read biased crap just because you dont favour someone. Tell it as it is. This was a racing incident. Lewis is still in the running.

jiffenjoff - Unregistered

September 27, 2010 5:46 PM

Kubica's carbon copy overtake at the same corner was applauded, but fact is the force india had to jump the kerbs to avoid him.. Webber had his wheels on the kerb but should he have gone further over the kerbs like the force india did for kubica?

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