Yes, but look at the cars in front (from Kevin´s onboard), Magnussen is following their line with no corrections at all, exactly same line wich means he didn´t close any door, he was just on the normal racing lineSieper wrote: ↑Thu May 03, 2018 6:05 pmI always have a hard time believing that, especially when the move is on just the right time to hinder the opponent. For me the alleviating factor is as said that from Magnussen car it looks still OK to do. On motorsport.com this was also being discussed and apparently on the high def images you can clearly see Gasly in the mirror (and see Magnussen look).
Disagree, Magnussen said he had sever vibrations and couldn´t see anything on his mirrors. If you look at his onboard it´s easy to see how his left mirror lost rigidity and is shaking, and also we can see he does not make any weird wheel movement, he´s on the normal racing line, so even when I initially agreed with Gasly about Magnussen move being one of the most dangerous in recent seasons, after reading his argumentation and watching his onboard I really think it was involuntary, very dangerous, but not on purpose
If that´s true then that´s the confirmation Magnussen couldn´t see anything, the camera is around half meter higher than Kevin so if we can see Gasly from the camera, Magnussen was only seeing the sky and clouds
But I don´t belive that for a moment
BTW, Magnussen watching the mirror does not mean he saw Gasly, it´s also plausible he couldn´t see anything but since he knew Gasly was around there he was trying to locate him
Anycase, do you really think a mirror wich is shaking like that is any useful?