Round 2 Oschersleben
F. Zerbetto TS 644 - Jenero braked a bit early, but who follows behind must pay attention of the drivers ahead. The results was a huge crash where both got damages, but as already stated, the driver who follows must put effort to brake in a safe manner, one of the most effective maneuvers to do so is to start the braking while exiting the slipstream of the driver ahead. +20 sec
E. VanAnder TS 339 - VanAnder was behind Lopes and a bit faster than him approaching the "Triple". VanAnder moved a bit the the left side of the track, Lopes started to turn after an effective but not needed braking. This results in a contact while hunting the apex, but Lopes had all the rights to tighten his line. As the incident above, the driver who follow must put effort to brake in a safe manner. There were no damages and the position is given back few turns later. +10 sec
N. Gonzalez TS 299 - The drivers were approaching T1 after the green flag. Gonzalez made a fast start, and tried to outbrake Jenero in T1. However, he probably misjudged the distance between him and Jenero, this results in a light contact, side by side. The reaction of Jenero's car was way too exaggerated, and it seems to be a common issue of the nectcode. Said that, Gonzalez had plenty of space in his left side, that's why we opted for a Warning
In a realistic situation, that would have been no more than a few scratches on the bodywork.
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A. Jenero 1 Warning
G. Borghi 1 Warning
A. Sancho 1 Warning
N. Gonzalez 1 Warning
3 warnings = penalty
Nice guys finish last