Better late than never....
I just wanted to extend a big, big thanks to Dan
for the concept and running the season. All the wiki editing and a hosting is a lot of work over a season (even with small results tables) and it's hugely appreciated. Congratulations to Dan on another title, whether he sees it as valid or not! Attendance is a factor in all
our championships - enjoy your success, foo'
Just as big a thank you goes to everybody that showed up to any events - particularly those that stuck with it throughout and made sure we had some
sort of legitimate championship. The smaller the grids get, the less appeal there is to show up and so on, so thanks guys for keeping this alive.
Welcome to the new guys - aside from one possible minor exception, everybody seemed to jump straight in with the spirit of the club. I hope to see everybody back in the new year!
Grats to Craig
on his first win through a risky strategy - brilliantly earned and it really made life difficult for me in our second successive battle in the standings. On a similar note, well done Nic
on his Spa win, pitting when nobody else did. Two wins achieved through strategic gambles and better yet, one by pitting less, one by pitting more... Feedback
Clearly there's not massive enthusiasm for series that feature a different car each event, so I don't think we'll be re-visiting that format.
Field size aside, the only thing that bugged me about this season was the mixture of inputs:
- These cars in the wet were tricky as hell and it was frustrating racing against some people using TC. I wish we'd banned it and I'd like to see it gone for season 16.
- Similarly, I think we should ban automatic transmission. It's simplifying the controls a bit too much for my money. Sorry, Dan!