There've been a fair few over the years between these two but the one in Monaco is far more clear cut and actually isn't really an incident as such at all. I've read the FiA rules and Damon Hill and the rest of the stewards who made that decision, lets not forget there are four of them were spot on. The error here lies with the marshalls and race control who displayed green flags which should not have been done and was very confusing. Its clearly something that needs to be made sure of in future but suggestions that Damon Hill made a biased judgement are ridiculous and Schumacher said himself: I know Damon. He is a good guy. So the fault lies slightly within the rules which need making clearer and slightly with the marshalls and race control who should not have displayed the green flags but not with the stewards. Marshalls did a great job for rest of weekend though. Opinions welcome but no rants please.