Apart from dive-bombing one GT-R on lap 3 at Coppice and shortly after that punting another one in T1 and not waiting for him. Wouldn't call that good.But before I decided to bin my Donington replay, sat in suicide sid's car for the whole race, for the first third he was okay, quite a competent driver, I would say good.
I don't buy his excuse. Someone creates a new premium RD account, and in his second event 5 days later he lets another person drive instead of him and not even watching and stopping that person from being a d*ckhead on the track? Give me a break.
Let me tell yall a story. Back when I was one of the admins on ALOOG Spa GT2 server, we called that "BSE excuse" (Blame Someone Else). How creative those guys were! I remember one real-life VLN racer being banned because he wrecked someone on purpose (using a name of a real life Italian female racer). He came back saying it was his son driving and we believed him and let him back. In a few weeks, the same Steam account under a different name (also of a real life racer, this time an Italian guy, but not our hero's) was behaving very badly and got banned again. Our guy came back saying it probably was someone who helped him set up his simracing rig and knew his Steam password. Quite a story, right? But we could see through his BS and kept asking for evidence. Long story short, he finally confessed that both times it was him being a nasty boy and he was let back and given the final chance. I've never heard about him since, so either he got his anger under control or stopped coming on the server.
So yeah, my first reaction for "it was my kid/friend/spouse/cat/dog driving" is a healthy skepticism. Some people are just not cut for answering for their own misdeeds