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    Yes!
    There's not much I like about iRacing but their safety rating system is by far the best model out there for helping to keep public lobbies clean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gavin Thomas View Post
    Yes!
    There's not much I like about iRacing but their safety rating system is by far the best model out there for helping to keep public lobbies clean.
    And it has many disadvantages aswell ie:
    No free car choice, unfair given incidents points, in lower tiers: if you wanna race youre most likely involved in many crashes ... etc.

    The best way in Sim Racing (except for iRacing) is to join leagues, or steam groups.

    But if you wanna tell me, they should introduce some kind of rating system (ie. based on Offtrack, Collisions etc.), so everyone in a lobby can see a bad sheep, then i would agree to that. Also with a kind of lobby filter to keep out bad sheeps from the beginning or make it easier to kick them (less votes)

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