I have no problem with it at all. On such a twisty track it can take a while until there's a clear opportunity to lap. I just see one problem which causes missunderstandings and therefore most likely incidents when lapping. The problem in the test event was, that not everyone followed the same lapping guidelines. I remember we agreed the new guideline which says, the lapping car has to make a well timed common pass and the lapped car should allow it to do so. This means the lapping car has to follow close and finally leave the racing line to make a pass on the inside of a corner. My close situation with Jonas was, that in the twisty part I followed close and after each turn, I didn't move over to the racing line but stayed on the inside line just to be ready to pass on the inside if Jonas would brake a little bit earlier for the following corner. But Jonas wanted to be so kind to let me lap easy on the racing line, so he also stayed next to the racing line. So I was very close to hit him from behind because we had different expectations of what the other will do. Of course I'm more than happy if a lapped car moves kindly over on a longer straight. But if things happen quickly it's not good if two drivers have a different idea.