Since you already have confirmed to Valter that you (David) are not easily offended, I'll take my chances as well Also, i understand that you interpret the situation differently than me, I totally respect that you do not wish to allow any form for cutting, and because I mentioned t1 at Hockenheim you probably think I am willing to allow much more than I really am. T1 at Hockenheim is the extreme of this discussion and should probably never have been mentioned because it overclouds the much more important spots and places. Let us rather focus on the places where one theoretically can cut/run wide with a few cm at best, or where there are white lines on the track that does not excist on the real track. Mainly because I have learned that a total b/w interpetation of this rule is not optimal when making the league run at minimal admin work. As soon as a rule does not make good sense or is open for interpretion it leads to deviation in behavior -> work. Until now most have probably been "blessed with ignorence", but if one study replays from earlier seasons one will soon learn that there are places where drivers "interpret" the rules differently. But since reviewing for cuts and wides is redicolously time consuming nobody are the wiser and we are all happy. I do not agree with you here. Valencia Street is according to the author a scrap-track, in other words, it is probably not 100% accurate. The white lines we now are discussing does not excist in the real track, and that I can understand very well, because they do not make sense at all. We have the choice between using the walls as the edge of the track (as it is on the RL track) or the artificial white lines that the author of the track have placed there, possibly by chance. The walls are an absolute limit while the white line very well might lead to unforseen situations, eg during traffic, overtaking etc. This sounds a bit like propaganistic rhetoric to me This was the outcome of the discussion: [FONT="]There are two spots where one might gain from running wide on this track, namely at the exit of turn one and between the second last and last turn. Make sure you stay on the right side of the white line, and if you should run wide, make sure you do not benefit from it. There is no need to report cuts and wides, I trust that the sportsmanship and gentleman attitude among our drivers is sufficient. [/FONT] If you had to alter your racing line at all I would very much like to know where. I understand that you disliked the timing of the discussion itself, which I can understand, but I believe I told you that the outcome of the discussion did not need to be implemented until after the season, I am just trying to get as much done as soon as possible.