Originally Posted by g®eg
ending with controversy....
The explanation the Speed crew gave is that the FIA said the yellow light wasn't a caution, but a warning about the track condition. I've never heard of that before, but I have no reason to think the stewards would make something up.
Sure does look odd, though.
While I didn't care for the final result, I agree with everyone that this was one of the best F1 seasons that I can remember. Weather and fortune helped Alonso get into the points lead, and having a slow car at the top was always going to make for an interesting challenge.
Plus, a tip of the ol' lug nut to Pirelli, for doing as requested and making tires that didn't last.