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It's astonishing that the FIA see fit to introduce all sorts of gimmicks to make the racing 'better' and then discourage overtaking by making the rules so that a driver actually has reason to fear what moght happen if he has the temerity to try and overtake someone.
Why do the FIA see fit to hand out penalties for errors such as Schumacher hitting Senna in Spain, poor judgement but certainly not malicious, and then allow Rosberg to deliberately drive in a manner that forces a rival to drive off the track?
And even if you disagree with me, surely someone did something worthy of a penalty, yet as I gather, none was awarded, a point made by numerous others as well.