A lot of people complained about this last season, so it was changed for this season.Oh my bad then. I thought they used the same system like last season.
there was a big fault in the execution of that idea, which was penalizing people who actually started the previous races but wasn't able to finish them.A lot of people complained about this last season, so it was changed for this season.
The idea behind it was good in my opinion, unfortunately it just didn't work or people didn't understand why it was like it was. Let's hope everyone likes the new solution better.
I somewhat agree. Problem is that it's almost impossible to keep track of who disconnected because he couldn't be bothered to drive until the end or who actually got disconnected because of reasons out of his control.there was a big fault in the execution of that idea, which was penalizing people who actually started the previous races but wasn't able to finish them.
if someone got crashed out of a race, he got screwed twice, which was unfair.
Yes, that's true. We tried to avoid adding drivers to a tier where they could potentially interfere with championship fights in S10. TBH, I don't know if this unwritten guideline is still in effect.We upset him last season poor Cravgar. Either way, he would easily be challenging for the leader's points in T3 anyway, and from what I've seen the staff don't like adding drivers mid season who are capable of winning races in their tier