If not ramming.. what would you call it then Ricey?
He intentionally and calculated crashing into another driver to gain an advantage. I used the words "side swipe" but to all effects, it still ramming. I also mentioned it was a 10 second stop and go penalty in my earlier post.
I think we know you don't like Hamilton (that's fair enough....off the track he gets on my t1ts too).. but if you got "side swiped" by another car at high speed, I think you would be moaning like a bitch too, most likely more than Hamilton did.
On another note, it was disappointing to see Verstappen being retired again. There is some real raw talent in that kid.
Like I said in my first post it is not ramming it was a bumping of wheels. It's the exact same thing that happens when racers are fighting for position on the track. When it happens during the race they don't call it ramming!
I'm sorry but your second paragraph is absolute nonsense! What did he gain from the 'ramming' then? Absolutely nothing! It did no damage to either car and as it was under the safety car he gained no advantage as you cannot overtake! And to say it was at high speed is just laughable.
I'm not defending Vettel in the slightest it was a very stupid thing to do. He was obviously annoyed at Hamilton for not speeding up and his mistake of going into the back of him. We all do stupid things when adrenaline is racing through us. But it's a massive over reaction. And it's typical of Sky and the British media to make such a big deal about it because it's Hamilton. If that was Stroll on Bottas it wouldn't even be being discussed.