Did he or didn't he? Whether or not Nico Rosberg had deliberately brought out the yellow flags during the final minute of Q3 to prevent Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton from snatching pole position was the only question that really mattered during the Monaco Grand Prix weekend.
Everyone had an opinion, although Formula 1's big names were wary about voicing their thoughts in public. Except, of course, for Hamilton, who made it very obvious that he thought his team-mate and, apparently, former friend committed a professional foul.
Nico Rosberg's drive to victory on Sunday, shadowed for much of the race by the second Mercedes before pulling away in the closing stages thanks to Hamilton getting something caught in his left eye, was very well-executed. But history will only allow this race to be viewed through the prism of what happened during qualifying.
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