My answer was maybe.
This incident isn't about winning in court. Sloe made some decisions and the initial consequences to him of each had nothing to do with the court.
It may not be what many here want to hear, but the first lap contact was a racing incident. Sloe's attempt to try to pass on the inside in that situation was a poor decision. What he chose to do on the last lap of the race is in no way justified. SCCA has taken action.
Competition requires respect for boundaries. No rule can overcome someone's lack of them. Some who don't, gain them. Some never do. It can be difficult to weed the latter out, but in this case, the process worked as designed.
1) So what was your answer ?
2) I don't like winning in court so I do my best to run as clean as possible.
3) the out come wasn't what Tom had hope for on track.
4) Under SCCA he was a long side, though way over so maybe Andy didn't see him, so nobodies really touching my question of racing room.
5) Randy needs to come on, assuming he's not bias. (Tom an assH#$%, Andy's a 8 time champ, etc.)