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"that was still just a stupid move, webber was there in front and he didn't make any attempt to avoid- very rookie like"
Grosjean wasn't trying anything on Webber, he was covering Perez on his left side and was focused on that. For some reasons (maybe cold tires with the full fuel load), Mark seemed to lift in an acceleration zone, the speed delta caused the collision.
Romain may be blamed for not anticipating enough but a lot of drivers would have made the same "mistake". Now, it's definitely the past number of incidents that make it perceived way worse than it was.
The young Franco-Swiss wasn't always the culprit (like in Melbourne) but the accumulation of incidents tends to make things look worse. Errors of judgements, clumsiness, nervousness they may all play a part but there are never sheer malicious or cynical moves(yet).
Monaco, Spa, Silverstone, Monza and Suzuka do have configurations that make it more likely for first lap fracas, Grosjean may have been involved in most