Correct, but "racing incident"' doesn't mean "one of those things." You would have been penalised for that because:
a) you weren't on the racing line (yes, straights have racing lines too)
b) you didn't have a sufficient speed advantage to carry the overtaking manoeuvre
c) you were knowingly (if you understand the rules that is!) impeding me with your attempted overtaking manoeuvre
Do you really believe its acceptable to drive the full length of the straight off of the racing line, with no real speed advantage, then force the car on the racing line to brake, in turn causing any following cars to brake on the fastest part of the circuit, because you reckon you could squeeze the front of your car a foot past mine, 20 feet before the apex of the corner?
You would of course be absolutely entitled to force me to yield in a normal hairpin or tighter bend, but going side by side at 150mph on a straight with a kink isn't acceptable. What you should have done was draft me and then step out once through the turn. You were never going to complete that turn however much you argue and backing off right at the apex doesn't get you off the hook!
I have to race the circuit ahead of me, not the driver behind. It's not my responsibility to second guess a dive bomber. It's his responsibility to make that move stick without impeding and/or endangering other drivers, which you were never going to do.
And them's the rules.