Having read your autosport.com article The defining move (issue 44, November 2nd 2005), I feel it is only fair that I respond. Fair to Giancarlo Fisichella and fair to autosport.com's subscribers.
You write about the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, an amazing race for sure, but you focus to a certain degree on Kimi Raikkonen's move on Giancarlo during the last lap; a great move for Kimi but unfortunate for Giancarlo. It was well reported, especially within the F1 paddock, that Giancarlo had problems with his rear tyres and the telemetry showed a 13km/h speed difference on the main straight in Kimi's favour.
You mention an alternative for Fisico, and that was to consciously collide with Kimi, something that has been done on a number of infamous occasions in the last 15 years, the fallout from which was enormous and less than positive and hardly an attractive alternative for Giancarlo or Renault F1 - especially as the team was fighting for the constructors' title.