Originally Posted by zarker88
example: one of the prime rules of online racing is it is always the responsibility of the trailing car to avoid contact with the car in front EVERY SINGLE TIME, UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES.
Would you want him driving in your league?
It's a bit more complicated than that in my opinion, but in most of the cases, it's simple as that. I totally agree with you that in this case, Hamilton was 100% guilty. However it's possible that a driver brakes really too early. All cases have to be investigated, sometimes it's very easy to say if there's a guilty driver, and sometimes not.
The one with Shumi and hem.. i don't remember his name, is a good example of the complexity for some example. By the way, Shumi gently said that was a pure race incident, no guilty there and no complaint from him... Appearently he was fast and very close, the other guy reduced a bit too quicly to let pass him, and the accident was done...