@ayrtonsenna01 – Ok, i’ll let you off ;) and cheers :), means a lot to be told im doing a good job :P. We’re going to Dominate this season :D… the back row of the grid ;) pahaha.
@BROOKSY007 – Yep, both races are at Melbourne, hence the Australian Flag next to the ‘Pre-Season Test’ bit :).
@ed24f1 – With regards to all your rules:
Rule 1: Agreed that no-one is bigger than the series, but last year I knew that if I didn’t turn up, no-one would race. But I have, as your have suggested, adopted Maggfrey’s idea of not moving the date unless everyone agrees.
Rule 2: I agree, and this is what i wanted last year, but either no-one responded or no-one responded in time, and thus I just took the initive to make the decisions. I would prefer it if there was an annonymous vote on these decisions but it’s only if people are willing to comment. With regards to in-game penalties, i still stand by that all of these should be reversed, as the majority of them are stupid, unless the driver who has picked up the penalty admits they have done wrong, in which case it stands.
Rule 3: Fair enough, but one adapation, in a grid of 13, if you have 2 drop-outs, restarting is unfair on the 11 still going and so what i propose is instead, if more than a third of the field drop out we restart.
Rule 4: I was going to say this but then people who trundle at the back have an excuse just to crash out after 90%, and i don’t want this :/.
Rule 5: Same here as Rule 3, i will class a restart worthy disconnection as a third of the field. Your idea of restarting a new race and getting into a new order is very unlikely to work because even though i believe everyone here can be sensible, someone won’t and we will end about half minute behind them. I think if there is such a disconnection, if will just be classed as a red/chequered flag scenario.