F1 Racer, you're quite something else! I asked you, in discussing your views of something Mikeyg posted, to quote the two rules you seemed to be getting rather spectacularly wrong.
You fail to produce the rules you meant, and now you're asking somebody else? Well, well, well...
No, it was specifically because of you
asking for me to quote rules that I wanted to establish what specific rule Vettel broke in Britain. Everyone just accepted it as a 'common sense' 20 second penalty without requiring rules to be quoted for Vettel's transgression, however for the potential Kimi one you are asking me to quote specific rules that are broken. So ironically you believed I was being inconsistent by asking for a specific rule, but it was actually your inconsistency, (not requiring rules to be quoted in Britain, but are requiring it here), which prompted me to change my tact and angle with pokerman.
So it is you that is quite something else, not me.
What rule did Vettel break exactly? Why was he penalised? If it was down to 'common sense', then that same 'common sense' is the rule that I am 'quoting' for this Kimi situation, so I am using that situation to cover your initial questions about quoting rules.
What's even more funny is that in your quote above, you underline the first bit, but also include the sentence below it where I explain my rationale for wanting a rules quotation for Vettel/Britain so clearly you didn't read that part and just jumped at the chance to try and catch me out on the underlined first part, without looking at the context of the sentence below. Because I liken the two situations, (Vettel/Britain and Kimi/Belgium), as they both involve a driver having his race ruined by careless driving from the other driver. I am saying that IF Kimi is at fault for Belgium, then the rule he would have broken is the same one that Vettel broke.