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@Richard - being a Webber fan myself, I find that I usually disagree with you. However on this occassion, you've got it right. Hulkenberg was racing hard and fair while leaving plenty of room. His error was very small in very difficult conditions and I believe that this tangle was a racing incident, all things considered. Hulkenberg was probably technically at fault, but I don't think that fault warranted a drive through.
While Hamilton was perhaps closer than he should have been, I wouldn't go so far as to suggest that he deserves any blame (he could take some small amount of responsibility, but shouldn't be blamed). Last season, I'm sure it would have been all on Hamilton the way he was driving, but this season he is driving much... wiser.