Could you elaborate? You make a statement without any clarification.214270 wrote: ↑Wed Jul 21, 2021 8:31 pmNope, the person on the outside, defending must YIELD.Fnatic1 wrote: ↑Wed Jul 21, 2021 8:27 pmTrue, still the defending party should have left a car width on the outside, which they did not.
Verstappen was in this case the defending party, in this case on the outside. He left the car width, which he is entitled to.
Hamilton the attacking party who induced the understeer by taking too much speed into the corner at that kind of angle, hence the initiator of the contact and therefore at fault.
VER must yield.
So with your logic you are not allowed to defend on the outside anymore and you always have to yield, no matter how much speed the attacking party on the inside takes into a corner.