F1 » Kobayashi: Maybe Hamilton wanted me to take to the gravel...

An aggrieved Kamui Kobayashi has hit out at Lewis Hamilton's driving in last weekend's Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps, describing the move that caused a collision between the pair as 'stupid'

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RB 25 - Unregistered

August 31, 2011 7:22 PM

Well I dont think he descriminates in any way...he expects anybody to move out of his way and be on the look out for him (or he bumps you off-like 'the mob').

He is the 2008 champion dont forget, Hmmm

Esteban - Unregistered

August 31, 2011 8:42 PM

I'm a great admirer of Kobayashi, and a frequent critic of Hamilton's stupid overtakes, but on this occasion it's Kobayashi's fault entirely. Simple rule - the responsibility is with the car behind, so long as the car ahead sticks to the racing line.

OlaRay - Unregistered

August 31, 2011 8:55 PM

What i don't understand is that if Lewis was at fault for Sundays crash, how come it was Lewis fault in Canada? because I couldn't believe Nikki Lauda couldnt wait to hammer Lewis...

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