I pull out from a rest stop at the Czech-Hungarian border, into which I had pulled in to report somebody who attempted to create a truck-barrier ham sandwich, with me as the ham, thankfully with little damage caused to myself. While I was accelerating up to speed, the motorway quickly tightened to one lane at one of those annoying turn-offs. At that point I was moving at about 70 km/h when a truck comes up from behind blaring its horn and lights at me, thankfully slowing down before hitting me. I merge to the right lane right after the turn off and once the other truck (let's call him Trevor) picked up momentum again, he promptly overtook me while squeezing the horn.
As it would turn out me and Trevor were headed to the same drop off point - Debrecen, so I followed him there most of the way. Initally he sped off forwards and I thought that would be all I see of him, but as soon as we approached another part of the motorway that tightens to one lane, I found myself getting closer to his truck. He had slowed down to about 40 km/h just to annoy me! I rested my hand on the horn and finger on the high-beams button, though I wasn't taking this seriously, I was rather just having a laugh about what was starting.
Continuing I made some attempts to overtake Trevor, but my modest 450 hp truck didn't allow for much go. He wasn't giving up either, often reaching speeds of 120-130 km/h to stay in front of me, even swerving in front of me if I got too close in the overtaking lane. It wasn't until somewhere around the middle point between Budapest and Debrecen when I found an opportunity. I had picked up some speed and quickly approaching Trevor, who had slightly slowed down for some reason. He is quick to swerve in front of me. In a last desperate action I swerve towards the emergency lane to overtake him from the right. Trevor gradually pushes me off the road and into the grass, resulting in my truck clipping a tree and stopping dead in place...
But victory is sweet! While my truck had simply taken 35% damage, Trevor had flipped on his side! I arrogantly write "HAHAHAHA" in the chat as I laugh my ass off. The rest of the journey to Debrecen was rather quiet, though I felt fulfilled knowing karma had served its justice.