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Round #7 protest topic open till 23:09CET
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Round #7 protest topic open till 23:09CET
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#2 - rik97
Race 2:
Lap 4 minute 6: #63 squeezed #66 into the wall while side by side into the corner after bridge.

Lap 10 minute 14: #63 bumps into the back of #66 in the braking zone before bridge.

Lap 11: # 63 bumps again into the back of #66 in the braking zone before bridge.

Lap 13 minute 20: #66 is out of control from battling another car, #63 dives in the space of #66 and runs him out of the track. #66 would have made the corner but #63 just drives him of the track.
Report against car nr 80
Starting on pole in race2 when dnf race1
reporting for car 72, 3 situations in race 1 where defending was taken a bit too overboard.

involved drivers are 63, 72, 9, laps in images
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Quote from rik97 :Race 2:
Lap 4 minute 6: #63 squeezed #66 into the wall while side by side into the corner after bridge.

Lap 10 minute 14: #63 bumps into the back of #66 in the braking zone before bridge.

Lap 11: # 63 bumps again into the back of #66 in the braking zone before bridge.

Lap 13 minute 20: #66 is out of control from battling another car, #63 dives in the space of #66 and runs him out of the track. #66 would have made the corner but #63 just drives him of the track.

Incident #1 - althought car #63 was bad in observation, racing incident - no further action
Incident #2 - really Rik?
Incident #3 - really Rik?
Incident #4 - If someone spins out like that infront of you, you claim you brake like a granny and let him recover? - no further action
Quote from 1996Tomppa :Report against car nr 80
Starting on pole in race2 when dnf race1

Game bug for changing his name.

Finished 18th in race 1 btw.


No action taken.
Quote from nikopdr :reporting for car 72, 3 situations in race 1 where defending was taken a bit too overboard.

involved drivers are 63, 72, 9, laps in images

Example #1: Can't find lap ? - unclear what happened - no further action

Example #2: A slightly agressive defense from #63, but no block or ram, just a little touch, the Yes driver didn't go off or lose control. It's a tad dirty from #63, but not worth penalizing this time. - no further action.

Example #3: you gotta have either huge bawls of steel or be mentallly ill to try and overtake there on the outside when #63's normal line would already have shoved off the Yes car. Car #63 has snap oversteer, trying to correct it he did shove off the Yes car, but in general you can't overtake like that there on the outside, and #63 is not making a huge mistake here. - racing incident
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