What the f*** are you smoking? Wokinger was nowhere near to being pushed off the track and thus couldn't have lost more than .05s without the overdramatic lift-off (and popo would also have lost some time due to being slowed down by the push). If I was popo I don't think I'd have let him repass under any circumstance since contacts like those are unavoidable in close racing and the result wasn't too serious. Not taking into account popo going on the sand.Mike Nike wrote:wokinger was a bit slow in end of lap 4 but closed the door vs popo...then popo bumps him a little... ending up being able to overtake wokinger due to that bump - actually already no fair overtake and reason enough to let him pass again.
then popo drives offroad and slows down wokinger. again he doesnt let him pass. a half lap later wokinger drives offroad and loses 3 positions.
so all in all, wokinger could have been 4 positions better in middle of lap 5 with popo driving more fair.
and wokinger going offroad in middle of lap 5 was probably even a consequence of getting unconcentrated due to popos action short before.
and wokinger vs del - seemed to be a c lap due to the very small push by wokinger - it was really hard to see if he really touched him, for me, it really looked warpy...even wokinger was clearly faster, its one of those ugly situations where he has to let him pass...but in that situation i can understand he didnt and no serious punishment seems fine, considering he was way faster and there were still 6 laps to go - the chance del blockdefends him so long might be too low to for example give del 1 better place in endresult or something like that.
It's a very clear push. There was nothing warpy about it all. I can't seem to record from the server-side recording (at least I think that's what it is) but it's clearly visible there. So now if the person attacking is faster (Wokinger is a bit faster, not clearly faster, there) the defender has to let them pass? Why did Wokinger not have to let popo pass? I went on the f*** sand FFS. That's why I think he should have waited and why he should get a position drop. I lost a considerable amount of time (relative to him). I didn't block defend. That's the line you take through that corner. If he's clearly faster he can find a better line and overtake me without beefing me. I took as wide a line as I could to get a better run on the straight and start widening the gap which is why even such a small push caused me to go off the track. He perfectly voluntarily bumps into my ass. 6 laps to go from a second or so behind. I could understand that argument with 20 laps to go and there being others involved in the fight but we were in no danger of having to fight anyone.