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Sorry Ptolemy, you may have looked at the youtube footage, but it certainly wasn't biased!
Yes, Senna was up the inside - for whatever reason - but that is irrelevant. He was at the inside of the corner - it was his. He had the front of the car in control and it was going around the corner. You make it sound like he went straight on at the corner - he did nothing of the sort.
Vettel was on a wide line and turned in late and square, just like he always does. He simply didn't count on there being a car there but there was. He turned in on Senna as plain as day. That accident was 100% Vettels fault and it totally astounds me that anyone thinks otherwise.
He was NOT a leading car at all, he was fighting for position.
For God sake watch this and LISTEN and LOOK - Search Youtube for - Senna and Vettel - Brazilian GP 2012 Dual Onboard