George Stergioulas wrote:
One thing: worst league race EVER in EVERY sim I have raced for the past 5 years...
NO ONE in the servers as admin to tell us when to race, when to warmup, I thought the first 7 lap race was actually warmup and then there would be race, a turkish guy thought it was funny to target practice on me in the second race and should be banned for 3 lives and in the qualy I screwed up myself and had 25 minutes repair losing all quals...
And even then, I came 3rd in the grid without even qualifying... With a joke time of 1,25,8... Are you serious people? Have you even tried ONE lap before joining the race? This whole thing is a joke, I'm sorry but if it stays like this in the second race I withdraw...
I expected much better level from people in nkPro...
Dear George, I'm really sorry to read such a comment. I can understand your disappointment, but there are better way to ask for clarifications.
We never had administrators in the servers, just because you don't need any. servers are pre-configured, so you can join and have your race.
This is your first championship race in nK, I guess, but we and all other main nk championships run server this way for a long time and no one had any problem so far.
We had a briefing to clarify our rules and reply to your doubts, but once we are in the server everyone should know what to do.
At the end it's not so difficult. Sessions indicate if you are in STAY IN PIT, QUALIFICATION, RACE 1 o RACE2.
Then you have the waiting time of 3 minutes, just as explained in the briefing and forum.
As you can see from the record on this track (based on tonight only), there are quite a lot of good drivers in the championship.
Obviously in the first rounds groups are quite dis-homogeneous, but after few races you will race with drivers of your skill.
The championship is open to everyone, and everyone is more than welcome if he races respecting other people.
About the Turkish guy, as you define him, please stick to our rules
Andrea Lojelo wrote:Those are our guidelines regarding incidents report.
In case you are involved in a race incident, please chill out for a day before starting any action. Then check the replay and ask the other driver his replay to see if from his prospective the situation was the same.
Drivers need to sort out problems by them self. In case there is no agreement the Verification Team can help. The Verification Team will actively check only the incident in the red zone.
- no flames on the forum
- check the replay and send a PM to the other driver asking for his replay.
- find an agreement with the other driver and communicate the penalty to the Race Director
- in case you can't find an agreement, ask the Verification Team to check sending the 2 replays.
- actively check only on the Red Zone
- check only when drivers can't find an agreement on the accident
I'm sorry instead for the strange organization of the groups. We usually have an automated entry list based on allocations, but tonight we had around 10 people joining the championship in the last hour, others were not allocated, so wasn't easy to organize it in a better way.
On the top of that, I'm currently extremely busy at work starting early in the morning and finishing very late so I've no time anymore to organize things as I wanted. The team is helping me a lot, but still there is no time handle exceptions also.
I hope for the next races that people will try to help allocating on time.
You can easily understand that we need to plan servers in advance and we can't create everything at the very last moment.