Very nice. Premiere is the Digital TV service in Germany, where there are about 6 different channels, including an on-board camera channel.
As for the incident itself, I'm afraid I think it's a typical racing incident. Someone gets their braking wrong, everyone else has to sort themselves out. They've been very well-behaved at starts this season, so maybe the stewards have got a bit over-sensitive? My anyway...
It shows a driver stuffing the 1[sup]st[/sup] corner up, nothing more.
Quite why the stewards felt they had to penalise this one particular incident ouf of hundreds from previous GP's is anyone's guess.
Perhaps the backlash has been a little too much this time?
What it clearly shows is:
1. Hamilton going too deep into the 1st corner.
2. Massa losing it on the entry to the chicane and then cutting it in an attempt to get back on par with Hamilton.
3. Massa turning in on Bourdais.
A penalty for 1 is unprecedented (as far as I am aware).
A penalty for 2 is fair.
A penalty for 3 on Bourdais is incorrect.
Now, I know i'm going to be controversial, but I'm going to defend the Bourdais penalty, given the onboard of Massa.
Whilst Massa could have given Bourdais room, the end of the clip from Massa's car also seems to show that Bourdais could have given Massa more room as well....
Also, the idea that cars on the main straight should "give way" to those coming out of the pits seems ludicrous. There's big flashing blue lights and everything for the cars in the pitlane, nothing like that for those barrelling down the straight at 200+mph.
Further, if the Massa incident was punished, then the Hamilton incident had to be as well - since contact between Hamilton and Raikkonen was only avoided by Raikkonen taking urgent avoiding action. However, why Kovi wasn't similarly punished, I don't know!