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I agree that both moves were right on the edge but after all you are allowed one defensive move and that is exactly what he did, and in doing so making it very clear that the inside line would be his. If Hamilton would have cut back to the outside line Rosberg would not have been allowed to block, but instead he went over the track markings to get the inside. Both could probably be punished with reason, but personally I think it's a good thing neither were. If you look at where each driver finished it's also plain to see that Nico's defensive driving paid off, which is all the more good on him as he's been criticised in the past for not being tough enough to be a winner in F1.