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According to FIA regulations, the lead car has control. Down a straight, the lead car must choose a lane before the braking zone. Changing your line just before the braking zone is condsidered illegal blocking. If you had to lift when he crossed to the outside, he was clearly blocking and switched his line late. There are specific distance rules if you look into it but racing etiquette seems to be getting worse with the popularity of everyone watching the World Tour events and everyone wanting to race in one.
Thanks for the thoughts, I'm of the same opinion on the driving standards, mine aren't always great but I try, we seem to be in a period of 'if the game (life) let's me get away with something, its fair game',
Oh well 👍