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Before I start my rant I'll say this, I thought Schumacher deserved a penalty for his move on Barrichello last year as it was overly aggressive. Now for the rant, 1. Schumacher was penalised even though Barrichello DID have enough room to pass, the edge of the track was a wall and clearly RB passed without hitting either wall or MS. 2. Rosberg did not leave Lulu room to pass, hence Lulu had all 4 tyres off the track while passing him but that was within the rules. IF there had been a wall there would that have made Rosberg's move illegal? To my knowledge it doesn't mention different rules if you are driving close to a wall as opposed to the lines that define the track so what's the deal? 3. If Rosberg did no wrong and didn't force Lulu off the track, Lulu did overtake while most of his car was off the track and that's clearly against the rules, so why no punishment? They are your rules so the least you can do is be consistent with them!

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