Wow all you Schumi haters, give the guy a break.
Here we have someone who naturally gets into these situations because he's a true racer at heart. So it is obvious we will see a level of aggression that we won't see anywhere else, especially with the ratty Mercedes he had. What the hell has Barrichello ever accomplished in his life except for being a whiner complaining about all kinds of rubbish. Incident with Schumi, being treated as a second in Ferrari.. what's next? I bet whatever it may be, it won't be because he's a good racer and all that, but it will be another whiney reason for him to get more sympathy votes.
No, no, no, no, no. If we are talking about Hungary, we have someone so determined to keep 10th place that he risked the life of a fellow driver. That is not acceptable in my book, and nor is deliberately crashing into someone (Jerez 1997 definitely, Adelaide 1994 arguably).
It doesn't matter whether Barrichello has achieved nothing to this scenario, and it does not matter that he was treated as a second driver for Ferrari (and don't tell me he wasn't). No-one gets naturally into these situations, they have to deliberately cause them and I'm afraid what he did in Hungary was wrong.
In addition, his performance in Canada was the chumpiest performance since Felipe Massa at Silverstone in 2008.