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You really should take you're own advise and learn a little something about racing before running off at the mouth.
Yes, if a driver takes the inside line and gets a 'significant' portion of his car alongside the driver ahead, he has the right of way, or 'the corner is his'.
Secondly, Vettel didn't need to move to avoid him, he just needed to not run into him. Vettel was at least 2 car widths away from Senna when Senna entered the corner - Vettle just drove into him. When they collided, Senna was 3/4 alongside - what I would call a 'significant' portion.
Once again, the 'dry' or 'racing' line is irrelevant. All drivers are allowed to use ALL parts of the track. Just because Senna was not on the 'dry' or 'racing' line is irrelevant.