Apologies for the forum outage today, should be resolved now. Be aware that you may have lost some posts from when before the forum went down, so please check if anything you posted is there or not and respost if you need to. Thanks - Erti
Something that occurred to me when we asked for feedback from last season, was that people were asking for broadcasting. There is one person who has done a tremendous amount of work to get us to a point where we can at least test stream. He's also responsible for the skin pack, which is also a tremendous amount of work.
If we get the broadcasting to a point where we can say 'Season 5, all races will be broadcast, then a few things will have to change. One of which will probably be the number system, so drivers on track, from the number alone, can be identified by what class they are on. On top of that, we have the skin pack. Which I'm sure to some of you, it's a case of 'What's the point?'
Two things really, when you're following a car, the number plates will say what class that driver is in, so you won't need to look at the relative to work out the class. And from a broadcasting point of view, it looks far, far better. It cleans the grid up nicely.
It's really not a lot of work, not at all. All we need is a little cooperation from you guys. You, yourself can alter your skin if you've made your own. It's just a case of doing one thing a little bit differently.
Just so you know, if we get broadcasting, doing this one small thing for the skin pack will be mandatory. There's no reason not to do it. If you are unable to do it, that's one thing. You can still do it even if you just grabbed a paint off Trading Paints.
But just not doing it because meh, won't fly. If you're a part of a fancy esports team, none of your sponsors are going to get cut-out, nothing like that will change. The only thing that changes, is the colour and name of the class on the car. All for 2 minutes of your time.
We're trying to put together a professional broadcast. One that won't cost £500 a season to run. To make that work we're going to need your help.
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