Japanese GP: who’s fault?

After another weekend where the the punishments have again distracted from the actual racing, it’s interesting to watch the start again. Was it Lewis Hamilton’s fault that Kimi Raikonnen ran wide, or was it actually Heikki Kovalainen’s? Have a look (but be quick before it’s removed!):

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100% Hamilton

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Nod, as far as i’m concerned, no one touched DC either. i know the F1 website says it was an accident, but i’m not sure it was. no one was anywhere near him! probably suspension failure, or something..

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BREAKING: See all the footage of the incidents on the following link showing all camera angles:

http://www.formula1.com/n ews/headlines/2008/10/853 0.html

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I’ll admit it straight off, i’m a Kimi Raikkonen fan, ever since Sauber, but i’ll be trying to be as unbiased as possible. The move by Lewis was just plain stupid. He has a bad start, gets bogged down, then tries to undo it all from multiple places back in one corner. He overcooked it, he cut off everyone else there, trying to be a hero. He’s not the champion formula1 needs, he’s too immature and hot headed.

Regardless of who it is, even if it was a ferrari, it was an immature move. It just shows his lack of experience and arrogance that he thinks he can just throw his car past everyone to undo everything, like its a kart race. This is formula one Lewis, keep your head. Its about precision, and mental toughness. He could be great for the sport one day, but he needs to tame his childish urges, its not playstation.

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100% Lewis

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Hi!
My name is Jessika!

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