The media is pathetic in this country, and it's quite difficult to listen to if you don't support a British driver. But I still don't really see the side of it where Lewis didn't leave him space, this time the move Rosberg was trying was never on in a million years and it was just clumsy to leave his front wing there like that. It was luck that it ruined Hamilton's race and only slightly compromised his.
I get the feeling Merc feel it was fueled by the Hungary affair and that is why they are so angry about it, though. The incident itself - while being Rosbergs fault was just a racing incident and there is no way it will get penalised and I found it quite odd how harsh Merc were on him. I expected a wishy washy statement and "we will discuss it internally", clearly there is more to it behind the scenes than we have seen.