A sharp inside line?! He was certainly alongside the AMG well before interrupting any line the AMG might've reasonably taken from his position. The AMG had committed to a wide entry, leaving the door wide open. Just unfortunate for Mr AMG that there was also a huge gap to the car in front, making this move possible (and clean rather than a divebomb). Essentially the whole situation was of his making, slowing early for the corner and bunching 3 cars within 1 sec behind him. Had the OP stayed in line it's unlikely they would've all gone through without some contact, even if just little bumps, and more likely that someone from further back would've divebombed the train (P8 was gaining and clearly thinking about it, but sensibly backed out just before the OP went for it). There was no contact, and no loss of control. A bit of understeer after the apex is no big deal - there had been nobody alongside the OP since before the apex, so no harm was caused by running a little wider on exit, and it's a perfectly fair line anyway. We're talking about maybe a car's width off a more ideal line, good enough to still be catching those in front, make T2 apex tidily... and take another place. Hell of a lot of differences here compared to some of the chancers I've seen at T1. And totally different to the video you just posted - the OP got past before the apex.