At the Belgian Grand Prix in 2017, there was an incident between Force India drivers Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon that ended with a few tears shed. While, as with most crashes, there were strong opinions about who was wrong and who was wronged, in the end it was judged a racing incident by the F1 stewards (i.e. no action taken). Nonetheless, neither driver was happy and Perez suffered in the final results because of a cut tire.
Here is video of what happened:
We like to use these very public displays of passing gone wrong to ask if there "is anything amateur racers can learn from them?" And usually the answer is "yes".
In this case we note a few things that we can learn from:
In reality, this looks like another case of red mist overriding strategic driving.
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