I´d guess that later it will be published how much alcohol over 0.8 Yagudin actually had in his blood. I agree with those who have the opinion that when driving, no alcohol at all! It is of course good that this time nobody was killed or injured because of somebody´s DUI and speeding, but that is no excuse for Yagudin (or any driver). It is possible that other people who might have been on that road, may just have been extremely lucky that they did not happen to be there in that time...
After Yagudin´s notorious COI incidents in 1999, I cannot say that I´m very surprised about this matter now.
BTW, how is it in USA with DUI in a case like Yagudin´s where nobody was injured? Would he be able to get away with a fine or is a person caught while DUI always facing something like community service?