Yeah ok, that makes some sense. I've added an edit in to that last post, I would be interested to know why that wasn't an option for you guys?If the total participant count of all finishers (I'll go into this shortly) is between 75% and 55% we'll be reducing the points by half. If the participant count drops below 55%, we'll be cancelling the rally. The reason we take finishers only, is because people may have retired after being affected, so it may skew the numbers unfairly. For anyone wondering, the average participants that finish a rally are around 60, give or take a handful.
Also I'll clarify a bit more, Monte Carlo and Argentina aren't comparable, due to Argentina having a racenet outage of over 50% of the event's runtime. This was not the case in Monte Carlo. If any event loses more than 50% of it's runtime, it'll be cancelled regardless of participant count.