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Sadly I believe this is turning into a Romain Grosjean witch hunt. Yes he has made mistakes and yes he needs to learn from these clashes. But in this case Mark Webber was slow into and out of the first corner, Grosjean was travelling no quicker than Perez beside him but had a slow Webber in front of him that he could not avoid, and all should have been on full throttle. It was 50% Webber's fault as he had already dropped back from the first two because he was slow. Grosjean is a very good driver and I hope he stars in the last five races to prove everybody he has moved on from these clashes.