- Oct 23, 2016
Think you're going per the F1 rules mate. In F1 blue flag rules are VERY strict in terms of letting the car through. Think it's something like as soon as you get the blue flag you have to let the car through no later than 2 turns later or something like that. I suppose that's because in F1 the dirty air cause a MASSIVE drop in grip but in GT cars that's not as bad.yeah but thats kinda too late cause you were holding up me (and while i was with jardier, jardier aswell) big time. blue flag (what i know) should be "goin out of the way, costing the leader no, or only little bit of time). And i had to overtake you offline which isnt probably best way aproaching a turn.
at redbullring it wasnt racedeciding, but it always "CAN BE", so please keep that advice in mind!
Which is why the blue flag rules are not as strict. You still have to let the car through, but not as exaggerated as F1. I would still advise backmarkers to get out of the way of the guys lapping, but do so where it is SAFE rather than doing something stupid and causing a crash. Endurance is a game of patience and smart thinking, so it's much better for the lapping car and the backmarker to "work together" and do the lapping so both cars lose as little time as possible rather than the lapping car forcing his way through where it's not safe to pass