I see so you know what they were thinking now?
Watching the incident is not hard to do it.
Senna didn´t come back completely to the racing line, so he KNEW Schu was left.
Schu didn´t chose the inside in the first place when Senna went to the middle, so that late change of mind is more an evasive move anticipating something that didn´t happen (Senna going completely left).
The only way I´ll change my mind on who´s at fault is watching it from Schu´s onboard and feeling unsafe myself when Senna starts going back left.
Poor video, but Senna is leaving more than enough room left, plus his move is far from "a hard jink". I don´t see why Schu felt he needed to change his line.
Edited by Skinnyguy, 13 May 2012 - 17:34.