Alright... Watching (or even just box score gazing) a formula one race from the west coast is kinda challenging (even more so when said user doesn't have premium cable). So when I sacked out last night (this morning) at six, I saw that there was some contreversy over Lewis Hamilton's inability to take a flying lap because of his team-mate (Fernando Alonso, two-time Formula One champ; team-mate only in the fact that their cars are painted the same) blocking him, I wondered "Gee, I wonder how the FIA are going to punish McLaren." I woke up at noon (or so), went back to Yahoo! UK and saw that McLaren's points this weekend don't count and that Fernando Alonso had to take a five spot grid penalty. That five spot grid penalty is just like starting at the very back, because the Hungaroring (or for avid F1 Rejects readers, the Hungarsnoring) allows for practically no passing (which formula one does a really good job of anyways, they don't need help). McLaren later announced that they would not appeal the grid penalty, but will challenge the FIA over their points being disallowed.
I know what I think about this (it's about time that someone punishes McLaren), but I am biased, so I would like to see some avid points from the other side of the aisle.