And theres the proof. No more speculation on this.
Regarding ham and rosberg, unfortunately they didnt show any onboards at all of it apart from a long distance shot (what is that about?). But they had the decency to show alonsos onboard in the post race show.
with ham and rosberg, there is potential that ham had more of his car inside rosberg than alonso did, so its just impossible to conclusively say or not (though i suspect rosberg still did nothing wrong there).
With these photos, with the rosberg alonso incident it is very clear. Rosberg did absolutely Nothing wrong, and no wonder the stewards didnt feel the need to do anything (for once).
Its as if once alonso/ham decided they were going to pass, they were going to pass on the inside, no matter what happened - as if they didn't have spare brain capacity to adapt, or swap lines.
Look at the pics with alonso, it is clear early on that rosberg is moving across. Alonso barely gets his front wing level with rosbergs rear wing. Yet he keeps on moving right....all the way off the track. Its just weird, more than anything.
The difference with ham is he clearly thought 'im gona make this happen' and had massive cajones going off the track (which is awesome).
but yes, its easy to conclude from the pics, rosbergs move was fine. Alonso is mental if he thinks 'the driver always has to leave a gap'.....thats not what the rules say. He must be getting confused. If the driver always has to leave a gap infront...well....it makes a mockery of racing, and defending essentially becomes pointless.
i think it just looked more dramatic on tv because we hardly see drivers defending properly, all the way to the edge of the track. so when a driver does do a proper job....what better than to lament him of course (sigh)!