But Hamilton may rather have meant what he said alot more than he would have us think....I could be wrong.
I certainly think his irony hints at a deeper feeling of frustration, through a lack of stewarding consistency. Much of course depends on how the Sporting Code defines and interprets the definition of an 'avoidable accident'
. For the sake of doubt lets suppose that it is consistent with hitting another car, then we have the following inconsistency from the Monaco GP:
Schumacher breaks of Lewis' diffuser endplate at St Devote - avoidable? penalty?
Massa hits Rosberg in back on climb up the hill from St Devote - avoidable? penalty?
Massa on turn-in sharply at Loews to cut-off Hamilton and hits Webber at the rear - avoidable? penalty?
Di Resta hits D'Ambrosio at Loews (after the Alguersuari coming together)and damages his wing - avoidable? penalty?
Kobayashi hits Sutil at Mirabeau - avoidable? penalty?
These are the...'is it co's i iz....'
that I believe Lewis hints at.