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It shouldn't matter if Webber was slowl through turn two, it is still on the trailing car to make a clean pass. A driver should have complete control over their car and not clip the car in front, regardless of how slow they may be.
From what I remember, Webber did have a car on his left when he started his turn in to turn two, possibly causing his slower speed (though it still could have been Webber being Webber with his slow starts). After he started the turn in, Grosjean appeared to accelerate to the inside of Webber, trying to take a line that was already closed off. In my opinion, it was an over-aggressive move that ruined Webber's race, and he was penalized for it. I do like the idea of having him start from the pit, but if he's that aggressive and desperate right off the start, causing multiple incidences on the first lap, will he really be much better starting from pit lane?
I honestly feel if he causes another incident, he should be taken out for the remainder of the seas