You can call it a semantic but I think it's a question of the AI being stupid, not being agressive. The AI will just follow its racing line, no matter what, which is kinda dumb. I believe this is what was showcased in that video by glenmack. Hamilton is not ramming him, he's just going back to it's line even if it means crashing into the player. And, in slow mo, as they touch, it pushes the AI off track and at that point the AI should just yield and accept putting the wheels off track. Instead, the AI just pushes in the opposite direction to stay onto the track (which makes it look like intentional ramming). So again, in summary, it's just the AI being stupid and keeping its line no matter what. And, while we can all argue that this is what racing is (fighting for the optimal line when overtaking), real drivers don't stupidly crash into one another. Whenever they have nowhere to go, at worse, they'll put both wheels off the track in order not to crash. It is true though that the video from glenmack is not the best example ever and I can agree with BarryBL, since it's very debatable, since everybody was stuck together. By that I mean, it would be OK if the AI "SOMETIMES" tries to keep its line and causes crashes. It does happen in real F1. But, in F1 2019, AI will always keep its line (say 99% of the time, just for the sake of not saying "always"). I had numerous races where AIs completely ignores me overtaking them and just drive as if I don't exist. As for the penalty, it is true that you will ALWAYS be the one getting a penalty against the AI, even if it's their fault. But, in my F1 2019 career, I have seen AIs getting 5s penalties for things that didn't happen with me. So I guess they can get penalties??? But clearly, not when it happens with against a player.