He didn’t move over. He didn’t swerve. Y’all have Paul Tracy eyes. If you followed the saga on twitter in the week after the race, there were new video angles posted that showed that Taku did not move down the track. He held his line, the other two moves slightly to the right to set up for the corner. In the week following the race, nearly everyone who put the blame on his shoulders backed down and chalked the who thing up to a racing incident. Here’s the on-board from Sato’s car, which no one saw until several days after the event. It was a racing incedent, it happens from time to time. Putting the blame on one driver before reviewing all the evidence (like, who makes a judgement call there without watching Taku’s on-board first???) is peak journalisming in 2019.