Hamilton apologises to di Resta for near collision
The McLaren driver says he apologised to di Resta despite not being sure why - "I had absolutely no clue. I don't know what happened but I got a penalty for something." He also congratulated Button on his race win, saying "he was pushing me hard the whole race and the better man won today."
1 August 2011 - Source
NigelErnestJamesMansellOBE Nigel Mansell
While it may be considered of worth to perform as much safety testing as imaginable on an 800 horsepower racing car, I must take issue with your assertion Michael that the elk test, sometimes but not always known as the moose test due to a rather confusing nomenclature dissimilarity between Europe and North America, would have any significant safety implications for a Formula 1 chassis design. Perhaps your own personal anxiety regarding this vehicular examination stems from your current position as lead driver for the Mercedes Petronas GP Team, as the rather infamous failure of the road-going Mercedes Benz A-class automobile in a 1997 elk test may be preying on your mind, consciously or subconsciously. Of course if one were to introduce such safety measures, the relevant test would most likely not require the presence of any member of the deer family, as a well placed traffic cone can serve the same purpose with lower logistical requirements and greater predictability and repeatability.