What other possible outcome would a reasonable person expect from driving a car at someone?In this case, the CPS has not accepted anything, they have gone for the most serious charge.
But as is often the case, juries, bless them, will only convict on overwhelming evidence.
So rather than an example of the CPS caving in, this case is an example of why lesser charges are often accepted.
The common assault, which he admitted, is from an earlier altercation with the door staff.
He admitted dangerous driving - he could hardly do otherwise.
'Causing grievous bodily harm with intent to do grievous bodily harm' sounds good until you realise the doorman only suffered cuts and bruises - there was no grievous bodily harm.
Attempted murder was always ambitious, proving the defendant wanted to kill the doorman is hard.
You are asking the jury to get into the mind of a drunk and say they are satisfied to the extent of being sure the drunk intended to kill the doorman.