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As others have said there the only reason there wasn't an accident earlier is that the other two drivers had reasons for not wanting to be taken our. Jensen because running your team mate into the wall is frowned upon and Alonso because he is playing the long game.
But all of those moves were made from a point where he knew he was not going to pass.
The move in Kimi was a joke - he was barely at the back wheel of the lotus at the point of turn in and should not have been in that position.
I did love though that Jensen ended his race by overtaking him at the pit entrance. I don't normally cheer a retirement, but here it was just so poetic!