- May 30, 2019
Okey, ill test ferrari today or tomorrow in race and tell youI’m looking if you’re open to driving the Ferrari.
I’m not the fastest but not the slowest either so just looking for some (semi) friendly competition.
Sure, no worries man. Have to go with what you’ll be happy driving for the season.Okey, ill test ferrari today or tomorrow in race and tell you
Except i like running real team liveries and not custom ones..
Well I was the only one who lost positions in my incident. Plus the Porsche lost a load like he said waiting for the Ferrari? I still don't understand.in the second incident you linked, the stewards decided that the ferrari caused the contact, as it kept steering left way past the corner exit, invading the porsche's racing room.
as this resulted in a massive loss of time and positions for the ferrari, with very little consequences for the porsche, the stewards decided to not apply any further actions.
To clarify, I lost a massive amount of time due to waiting under the assumption that it was my fault. I didn't have to wait, I could of held position, but since at the time I didn't know if I had oversteered or if he had, I found it better to slow up. Looking back I probably should of kept going and just taken the penalty points if it was my fault, but I can only change how I make my instantaneous decisions going forward.Well I was the only one who lost positions in my incident. Plus the Porsche lost a load like he said waiting for the Ferrari? I still don't understand.
Ok so this is my pointYes, sometimes the incidents are very difficult to call, and often in that case it comes down to steering inputs in particular moments.
that's why the stewards require a cockpit view from both the parties in the inquiries.
correctOk so this is my point
First incident driver deemed to be at fault for turning across the other driver
Second incident driver deemed to be at fault for turning across the other driver
Ok we are the same here
this is not evident in the videos provided. you and the ferrari were not in a pack of cars and there is no car in sight behind you.First incident lost a load of places and time.
Second incident lost a load of places and time.
Still the same
that was his choice and stewards cannot blame the other party about it.First incident other driver lost time but not any positions.
Second incident other driver lost time and positions (whether or not he should have waited he didn't know at the time)
At this point imo the second incident is worse for the second driver.
you can consider it as minor as well, but with No Further Actions as the consequences suffered vastly outweight the damage done and the possible penalties.First income minor
Second incident racing incident due to the fact he lost positions?
I'm not trying to cause a fuss I just don't understand the reasoning between the penalty difference.