Will Buxton wrote a well reasoned article on it. He even compared it to the same thing I compared it to... the stupidity of Grosjean at Spa in 2012. Kimi shouldn't be racing in Germany. That incident yesterday was totally unnecessary and avoidable. It nearly killed Max Chilton. Those track walks that the other drivers do but Kimi is too good to do? Might have helped him know about the potential issues with rejoining the track right there, but ignoring all that who goes off track and continues to accelerate and rejoins the track on lap one like that? You can't expect a gap to exist to slot in to. Had a gap not been there there's no way he could have avoided an incident based on the way he drove.