First, committed to the racing line by braking later? While braking, he was out of the racing line as that was occupied by Lecrerc.DutchDopey wrote: ↑Mon Jul 08, 2019 7:23 pmDeliberate, Max already committed to the racing line by breaking later. Once he was in the corner he was committed. Going to the outside kerb before turning in while there is a car is pushing off deliberate. This is exactly the difference with the situation between Rosberg and Hamilton.Andres125sx wrote: ↑Mon Jul 08, 2019 7:02 pmI must be missing something if you get surprised when stating the normal racing line goes from outer kerb at the start of the turn, to the inner kerb at the apex, and finally to the outer kerb again at the exit of the corner.
While there´s no other car alongside obviously... or not so obvious since some people (you!) are defending the normal racing line is ok even if there´s a car on it
Second, going to the outside kerb while there´s a car is pushing off deliberate... Exactly! That´s what Max did