James - as you wrote before,you have seen my driving in other situations,I would do the same also in that situation if only I could react to it,as I don't care who is driving,I would not sacrifice my race just because it was you and I wanted so bad to protest you. I actually experienced similar situation one lap earlier from someone else in that group,where I escaped to apron from hit,as I had the chance to react and to avoid.
Also you said you could not see if someone is passing - how about keeping your line straight if you're don't know that someone is going for pass? That's actually why in real-life racing on ovals everyone has spotters to warn about cars in blind spots. Since it's next to impossible to get a human spoter in LFS (server connection restrictions,lack of manpower),there is a chance to use insim applications like Aonio,which is a great help for me to be aware of cars behind,making me a safer driver,since I'm using the very evil of all views.
Also I never announced myself as something superior,I believe it's just your felling,when someone like you,who wins a lot of races,has world records n'stuff,gets criticized by someone,who is usually a backmarker and hasn't achieved anything. You were saying that you're new to oval racing,I just agreed with you,as I did not get impression of experience,you weren't the only one of course. By the way - I was curious how the big one was created,and well,you,James,caused it by moving towards bottom with 2 cars inside...
Sometimes it was just frustrating to drive in group of 5+ cars and having 46s laptimes,when effectively working together you can drive a second faster,as often it felt like some are just fighting for position,while leading cars were more effective and pulled away. It's just my impression,in mind for todays race - I hope it's wrong.
Damn,I'm texting too much again... :/