That made me chuckle! lol As a whole, I've got to say a pretty much agree with what you've said. It does seem like McLaren are at war with the FIA most of the time. Someting to do with Mosley and Ron Dennis having a tiff years ago. There are a few things that I'd point out from my view on what you've listed... As far as Massa's incident in the pits, that was touch and go. He did file in behind at the end. Even Blundell said that in his view he shouldn't have been penalised. I suppose this will be debatable. Kimi's incident at Monaco, I strongly disagree that he was let off. In my view it was a racing incident. Kimi lost control in the slippery conditions and hit Sutil in the rear. It wasn't done on purpose, it wasn't reckless driving. He lost control and couldn't avoid it. Now his flying exhaust on the other hand... something should have been done because that was bloody dangerous! Lewis hitting Kimi in the pits I think was justified punishment. Because Lewis didnt see the red light at the end of the pits which was there for safety reasons, is why he got punished for it. Same goes for Rosberg too (I think it was him that followed Hamilton). As for Heikki today, I didnt see the race so I cant comment. If Martin says that it was bad driving on Heikki's behalf, then maybe that was justified too? I remember Schumachers 10's penalty. The one at Silverstone? I think that they found a loophole in the rules which 'technically' allowed them to do that. Because it fell into a technicallity, the FIA couldn't do squat which is why they amended the rules straight after. I must admit that Ferrari in those days were finding a lot of these 'grey areas' in the rules and were getting away with a lot. Right or wrong... it happens in motorsport. They need to be more consistant with the punishments. Thats whats letting the sport down at the moment. In the past 2 years theres been some fantastic racing but its all clouded with last years Spygate and other little bits and pieces this year. The thing with F1 is that its a business nowadays. Not a sport so you'll get people pushing the rules to the limits and doing absolutly anything to win. At the end of the day winning means £££ and thats what its all about unfortunately.