Politics of F1 and tough ordeal for Lewis Hamilton is finally put to an end, as the rookie champion is cleared of alleged erratic driving behind the safety car at Fuji Speedway. So, the McLaren driver is just inches close in conquering the milestone for which he has put on a year long sweat and tackled casting obstacles to his path of conquering the world title and will undeniably do so, by claiming Sunday’s Grand Prix at Shanghai. Following a meeting, the FIA gave Hamilton the clean chit of the incident involving a crash between Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel in torrential conditions at Japanese circuit and said, The involvement of Lewis Hamilton in this incident has been considered in the light of the evidence given by him, his team manager and in particular all other parties present, and no penalty is imposed on him. However, Vettel had his 10-place starting grid penalty removed and was replaced with a word of warning, for Sunday’s Chinese GP. There seems to be a growing hostility towards Hamilton from his fellow drivers, especially his main championship rival and team-mate, Fernando Alonso. It appears, as if they resent him having a great car in his first season and are unable to digest the amazing confidence shown by a person juvenile at this level of sport.