Now I don't want to detract from Rosbergs 2nd position, he was quick all the way through and deserved his place. However, am I alone in thinking that things could have been very different if the stewards had actually pulled their fingers out and applied the rules with some degree of urgency? I've just watched the race and fair enough Rosberg had to pit for fuel when the pit lane was closed - undisputed 10 sec stop go penalty. This meant that when the pit lane was opened for the rest to refuel, legitmately, Rosberg was left out in the lead. He then hammered it while the rest of the pack were trundling around behind (Trulli?) gaining some 3 seconds a lap until, some 6-7 laps later the notice came up that he was under investigation. Given that he still had 3 laps before he actually had to come in he'd managed to build up a 21 second lead enabling him to rejoin in 2nd, not much of a penalty in my view. Even more strange was that he commited the 'offence' 2 laps earlier than Massa (who was called in after only 6 further laps), and it was a cut and dry stop/go, why did it take so long for the penalty to be called? I'm not blaming Williams, they took advantage of the situation brilliantly, but are the stewards really only capable of making one decision at a time?