Kimi Raikkonen did something extraordinary after the British Grand Prix. Having been hit with a 10-second penalty for booting Lewis Hamilton into a spin, he simply accepted the punishment matter-of-factly and apologised.
That this seems worthy of comment says a lot about the way teams and drivers respond to penalties in Formula 1, both those issued to them and to their rivals. While Raikkonen's reaction is not unique, for very occasionally drivers do accept penalties, usually sanctions are railed against in no uncertain terms.
F1 would be much better off if more drivers were like Raikkonen in such situations. Usually, people argue this because they don't want to see grand prix drivers behaving like whingeing footballers, but there's actually a far more important reason, one that has contributed to the proliferation of punishments that many criticise.