Felipe Massa and Lewis Hamilton clashed in the opening laps of the Japanese Grand Prix in highly controversial fashion.
Hamilton had dived down the inside of Massa at turn ten. But Massa cut across the inside of the following bend and tipped Hamilton into a spin which left him last.
The stewards hit Massa with a drive-through penalty which, based on recent incidents, it’s hard to argue against.
Heikki Kovalainen crashed into Mark Webber in similar fashion at the Belgian Grand Prix and received the same penalty for the same misdemeanour – causing an avoidable accident.
The stewards didn’t get everything right at Fuji – but I think Massa’s drive-through was the correct call. What do you think?
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