checked the replay and apparently all the blocks i have done seemed to be quite normal defending lines. one time it was close, since i was driving to the right side quite late, but in my replay it seemed early enough, since the collision was front/back and not at a moment where you was less than 1 car lengths behind me.
and it wasnt like i made a big mistake or so. surely i wasnt driving so fast (you seemed to have more practice with the slow 1st stint car driving behaviour), but i think i still had the right to defend like i did.
lap 6 or so i skipped to close the inside door.
you came milimeters to my side. imo thats a situation where you have to drive the inner line with low speed and me the outer line. isnt it?
i steered in quite normal for the outer line i thought, but you steered in so late...you basicly let me drive into you.
i think you were supposed to drive the line where you leave me 1 car width at the left side instead of taking the aggressive line, where you end up at the very outside left after the curve.
it felt a bit like an ice hockey move..
on lap 32ish or so, i was inside at the same curve and you outside. imo you were supposed to not drive aggressivly to the inside, where my line was.
i dont know if you thought i was backing off by slowing down short before the curve, after i already was +-1/4th car lengths next to you. but mainly that was necessary to give you enough space for the outside line, while i try to drive the inside line, where i dont end up bumping you off when reaching the left side of the next straight.
probably rules here are differently than in f1sl if it comes to overtaking, but if cars are next to each other like that, as soon as you cross my line, it is an illegal crossing.
if i woulda kept the speed, driving fast into the curve and slowing down after it, to let you space, you would have likely bumped into me. but even you didnt collide with me there, i think the line wasnt really fair.
also, on lap 31, straight after 2nd curve, you defend to the inside (without collision) and then drive left again veery close to me. you defend in one direction and normally have to stay there until the rest of the straight and arent allowed to cross the line of the guy anymore, you fight against, if still right behind you. wasnt that an illegal crossing? or is that just in tse f1 league and f1sl?
normally you shoulda stayed at the right side until end of straight (and maybe drive a bit left again in case you are not in my line). you then woulda normally taken the next curve not so optimal, giving me the chance to overtake maybe. instead you just drove right in front of me, crossing my line a 2nd time.
line 1: the 2 lines i expected to be standard, i leave lanz inner side at least 1 car width room and he leaves me outisde at least 1 car width room.
line 2: the ice hockey line lol. if thats fair to you and allowed..i will adjust to it. in that case the inner car forces the outside car to keep outside until the inner car decides to break and steer right while leaving the outside car still >1 car width room. both lose quite some time there and the outside car would have fault when driving right too early, while the inner car has fault in case of not letting the outside car enough space.
apparently in the replay lanz drives inside close and ended up outside at quite the very left. so...even if i would have steered in later, avoiding a bump, he still would have bumped me offroad, unless he reacts superfast and realizes he doesnt let me space anymore at the left side, but after watching the replay i think the chance was like <5% that lanz would have done that.