After the first few laps of the Hungarian Grand Prix, it was evident that Formula 1 cars overtaking each other was going to become a long-distant memory.
At a track like the Hungaroring, with short straights and long corners, it was never easy. But with this year's regulations it proved impossible and that's what, in reality, led to Max Verstappen getting a 10-second time penalty for punting Red Bull team-mate Daniel Ricciardo off the track.
There are always plenty of opinions when this sort of thing happens, and I've been involved in quite a few similar incidents. Actually, there was one at that very corner between Rubens Barrichello and Eddie Irvine when I was at Jordan in 1994.