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The JML accident is 100% his fault, he went too deep into that corner, besides he probably didn't need to push that hard at this point, he was little mistaken with the starting order, that's all, and should wait next days for better figthing chances, 30 seconds are not disaster after all, considering all unknowns with the weather conditions.
Correction: he seem to do nothing wrong, there was just some hole in the right of the corner which turned his car, quite unlucky again I guess.
I don't know where Solberg crashed though, probably I missed something
What is with Ford. Solberg didn't make decision for the tyres, it was Ford's decision, he just let it go I guess after his mistake in Greece to go with softs when everybody else went with hard, poor Solberg. But if there is heavy rain next to days, his chances with more soft tyres are looking not so bad.