Ok, well here are the facts:
Bradley got a good run out if the hairpin and drew alongside
Judging form the Approx arrows, I suggest he had his front wing alongside David rear tyres.
David continues to take the normal racing line while Bradley hangs on his outside
Contact is made both end up in the barrier, losing similar amounts of time.
My initial (not final) opinion is that David is in every right to hold his racing line, a real world example of this is Hamilton passing Massa in Germany 2008 where Hamilton drove his normal racing line out of the apex, forcing Massa off the track. This appears to be more Bradley’s fault as he could of judged where that gap would continue to shrink.
What I want to know is @David_JV were you aware that Bradley was alongside, if so how far alongiside did you think he was. @bradley1314 When were you aware that David would not give you room