@f199player Great win. There are occasions where you use the run off. Why is this? It doesn’t look like an accident.
@JamieFranklinF1 You were actually spinning before I made contact. It was @robocat you collided with (see my video) and I was trying to escape from that. I basically made it worse, but there wasn’t a lot I could do, and I was trying not to spin my car.
@robocat I think it’s clear you’re angry.
@bradley13 Just tagging you in this anyway!
Here’s my video, anyway. (I couldn’t find the channel/password?) I’ve made it into a sort of guide with examples, as I feel some incidents need to be learnt from and explained more clearly. It reveals that not everyone is mentioning their own mistakes during races, and also clears up a few incidents, including a few from my perspective. It also shows when LAG really is an issue compared to people just using it as an excuse. ‘Idiot’ refers to me, not @ed24f1 . Quality is shocking.
At the moment I’m pretty sure I don’t want to resume with this. It’s not so much the racing, but the whole ‘everyone else is in the wrong and I would have got loads of points’ attitude that seems to crop up in everyone’s race review before any incident has really been discussed. Like gentlemen should. There’s a whole lot of bitterness, blamethrowing and immaturity which is very, very childish. The racetrack does not belong to you only. Argue your corner by all means, but first of all try growing a pair and accepting responsibility for your actions.