So long as there's some substantive point to follow then I look forward to it, in the mean time I've done one for you, just for that comment Well, you sort of were, and the principle actually isn't the same there anyway as T1 at Monza is a chicane, so the line(s) of Kimi & DRic you’re comparing in that overtake aren’t really applicable to your own example at Lagos – which wasn’t too bad btw - I can get into that a little more too if you’d like. You’ll notice in the BTCC example, Tim Harvey even says in commentary: “Look, he stops the car on the apex, he didn’t overshoot the corner…” and that’s the crucial difference between Cook’s move and yours (well that and the weather, and the race licenses…); you don’t stop on the apex, and it looks like you would have overshot the corner had contact not been made. It's hard to say but it doesn't look like you'd make that green line without the contact; you're still braking beyond the apex and look at the angle of your car. The purple is where it looks (and sounds) like you'd be understeering off towards. The GT is still trying to make the apex but it doesn’t look like he turns in on you, you would have been on the inside kerb, and he would be closing you down forcing you off on the inside were that the case, you just forced your way through and he should have seen it coming and adjusted his line. It’s not that bad a move, I think a few guys have already said that on the last lap they can see it fly. It definitely is pretty aggressive though which is the only reason I was wondering what point you were making with it? I know what a forum is. And yes that move by DRic was very aggressive – it’s great watching aggressive racing when it’s done by the pros and there is a lot on the line – tell me again how that’s comparable to what you’re posting though?