My view on the Suvorkin Tolbuzov incident is that the initial overtake was a bit of a lunge but fair as he got the car slowed down for the apex of the corner with no contact, that being said the second half of the move Tolbuzov is still entitled to space on the outside which he did not get.
Looking at Suvorkin’s steering input the car mechanically understeered with the power on from throttle and there was no sign of reducing the steering angle to indicate it being intentional.
● Do not force another car off the track by leaving it too little room on corner entry or exit. If the attacking car is alongside you when going into a corner (at the turn-in point*), or when exiting a corner, you must adjust your line to avoid contact. Being sufficiently ‘alongside’ to warrant being left room is generally judged as the attacking car’s nose being alongside or ahead of the defending car’s sidepod.
*The ‘turn-in point’ in this setting refers the natural turn-in point as per the standard racing line. If the defending car causes contact due to turning in earlier than what is considered the standard, he will be seen at fault.
This is one of the rules in effect and technically speaking Suvorkin has breached this rule weather it was intentional or not.
It is close if it should be penalised or not but thats not a decision up to me, my opinion may have differed a bit yesterday when i quickly took a look at this but i wanted to take a broader look at the rules in place.