I have seen different perspectives of this incident – when i saw just Suvorkin’s perspective i had thought someone was at fault but after seeing Pedro’s view point it made sense for where he was as he took damage going up eau rouge and ended up on a piece of kerb you do not want to be on (at least not at that angle) as the car will naturally end up moving to the right hand side of the track or you have to force yourself to cut the corner which can end in tears as well if your not on traction control full.
had to look at the incident 10 seconds prior to that into turn 1 – again racing incident the move was not too late and was only one change of direction from Suvorkin.
I certainly feel that overtake should have played out differently since Suvorkin had shown on many occasions before that he would aggressively defend the inside and there are ways to exploit that (for another discussion.)
the other incident that caught my eye was at 2:30 was Nexus entitled to space? i ask this one as i kinda think thats not really a viable overtaking spot but looked like enough of his car was along side as Suvorkin compromised exit beforehand.
Anyway thats my thoughts on the video.
This reply was modified 2 months, 4 weeks ago by Assassin.
Yes, I agree with Duca regarding the accident in Eau Rouge. Also I believe it was not Nexus’s mistake in the first corner before that accident where Suvorkin was braking too early that caused broken Nexus’s front wing and 2 cars passed him instantly.
Either I am agree with Assassin regarding the 2:30 incident, there was no space left to Nexus and he did nothing wrong about overtaking in that place, although he has prepared the attack beforehand and was faster approaching the corner.
Well i think there is Nexus the one to blame not only he was very optimistic on that move but he broke the 1.1.3 rule and caused a moderate collision which might destroyed others race, from my point of view this should be penalized.