You're interpretation of events leaves you in a minority of one Bulto..and I think we all understand why.
Once again you protest too much and want us to take you seriously, when in actual fact you should be up for Trolling Bullshit of the Year award.
You're entitled to an opinion..but don't take us for mugs son?
You HAVE blamed Val for Bautista's crash, despite the typically 'I never said that..' U-turn stance now. Your comments ARE agenda filled and the sniping bitterness leaves no room for mistaking this.
Rossi left Alvaro space and did not squeeze, close his line or chop his nose off and if he was in control, he wouldn't have crashed.
If Val hadn't let his brakes off a little allowing more space..Bautista would have collected him for the 2nd time in two races. He has held his hand up and admitted fault. His own team boss has publicly stated he made errors of judgement.
Tellingly, he says.."Maybe the track was not like in the practice..If the conditions were like in the practice I would not have crashed. I was close to overtake him."
Conditions weren't the same though, they never are..Close, but no cigar Alavaro.
Fortunately for the Spaniard, nobody else suffered. If he'd skittled Rossi or any other rider, given history, there'd have been no grounds for complaints at a penalty and he will have to keep his nose clean at Assen.
As for Valencia 2011, there was contact between Dovi's back wheel and Alvaro's front. Nobody got sanctioned. It was a first corner incident..4 riders side-by-side with Bautista trying to be the 5th and squeeze into a gap that wasn't there.
Look how far back he came from compared to Rossi. The onboard shows how ambitious the move was.
My take is that he didn't figure Dovi would be there braking so hard. Realising he's struggling to make a clean pass on Rossi and right on the limit himself, he jinks a fraction to the left changing line. His front wheel hits the Honda riders back wheel.