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I totally agree with #Magician. Senna moves uncertainly right and left, but nowhere near enough to make any difference. Schumacher hardly moves either way and certainly not far enough to get past. All the time Schumacher is going much too fast to avoid Senna unless he does pass him. I think it's pretty obvious that Schumacher was merely caught out by Senna's braking point and fabricated the importance of the changes of direction to cover his embarrassment at making a rookie mistake. As with Webber's famous flight over Kovaleinen at Valencia, these incidents tend to give the faster driver a scare and they never want to believe that they could have such a high closing speed accident from their own error.