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@Me,Me,Me - your talking complete rubbish!
Are we now to give the points to whoever makes the best strategy decisions, and not reward great racing? Button won because he had a great car and made great decisions. Hamilton was second because despite making a poor early call on tyres fought hard to get back towards the front. Rosberg, Kubica and Petrov managed to end up in better positions because of good strategy, but didn't have the cars or the skills needed to keep those positions.
As for the Hamilton/Vettel 'incident' - I think the stewards made the right call not to penalise on this occasion, but they should be clearer about the rules in future - something for the drivers briefing?