Disgraceful, I don't think so and here is the Silvestone 2003 video you requested and in this video I don't think it was any more dangerous then what Trulli did to Kubica 4 years later in Montreal, so if this was wrong then whatever happens 4 years later was also wrong.
So as you want to dig incidents then what punishment Ralf got for his stupid braking attempt on the fast straight in Melbourne 2001 which resulted in Villenueve crashing into the wall and a Marshall got killed by the piece of debris.
How about Spa 2001 incident between Eddie Irvine and Luciano Burti on the Blanchimont corner, who really was at fault. Here is the video as a reminder.
And the biggest of them all last season Barrichello tries the same move against Hamilton in Interlagos as a result got his car puncture and loose the chance for carry the title fight till the last race.
I am not defending Michal's move I am only asking why the precedent examples are not punished, plus even Barrichello makes his pass on the grass just like Alonso did in Spain 2009. I was shocked by Rubens comments that there could be wheels interlocking between them, I like to know how, Michal has not moved over the white line along side the wall and Rubens was outside the white line throughout that time.
Here is how wheels get interlock, On the same day at BrandsHatch in SuperLeague Formula(A series where FootBall Clubs runs Open Wheel Race Cars) a huge accident happens because of wheels interlocking. Here is the video, driver suffers some serious injuries but he is okay.
Yes, I was talking about Safety at the highest level where drivers could come out of the car after a big shunt unhurt. But that was in the light of equipment safety and not drivers going in a queue for 70 laps to categorised as racing. Just tell me is there no difference in a normal road car going over 60mph with full working brakes and another car with faulty brakes over 30mph, who do you think is in more danger of causing a big accident. If your answer is no then we should agree to disagree but if your answer is yes then imagine the car with full working brakes as Michal and Barrichello and the car with faulty brakes is an F1 car with some equipment problems(such as broken wings, unbolted tyres etc).
You are 100% right that justifying any action "habitual" Michal did is wrong but can you please tell me in his first 16 years how many drivers were put in the wall, or barriers. Only one if I remember correctly and that is Heinz Heraltz Frentzen in Canadian GP 97', other then that he has not push any driver in the wall.
I know Michal is a punching bag but I have asked before and I am asking again be carefull when punching this bag because I think you also knows about boomerrang and how it works so what goes around comes around too.