At least that's what it looked like from the outside. From the inside, it looked a lot more exciting.
There was only one real good passing move on the track, a great move by Button on Kubica, the rest of the race was an all too familiar procession. With cars regulated to be so similar that a 3/10th difference in lap time in qualifying makes the driver a hero or a Grojean, it's no wonder there is almost no passing on track during the race. Even though Suzuka is an awesome track and all the top drivers drove great stints, I found Trulli gloating about how he was able to pass Hamilton in the pits, sad.
The Kovalainen-Sutil scrap is in the clip after the jump. Anyone else surprised Sutil did the same "donut" maneuver as in Singapore?