Tl;tr - I WISH that the CS was either fixed or shut down. In my opinion having a disfunctional competition system does more harm to rF2 ingeneral than if the whole system didn't exist. It's become a running joke and is exhausting peoples patience by repeatedly putting them into situations where they expect a race but fall into bugs. The frustration can lead to people leaving. Those few die hard fans or accidental joiners would be better off in custom league race or some simple open server in the first place. So despite the LMP2 race few days before already crashing, today I tried to promote the Competition System by entering and streaming the GTE at Le Mans race. The race itself was not promoted anywhere, there was not even a forum thread or a single social media post about it. I tagged Jimmi in the forums regarding this a few days ago, he said it's his fault and he will "talk to the guys" but there was nothing done. So in short: during Le Mans week - an event which means the most for S397 (what does the 397 stand for again?) there was the oppurtunity to create great racing, special events, which you did - created three cool events. But left it totally unorganized, unsupervised, bugged. This could be summarized for the whole competition system - something was created, but it's left out cold to die. Jimmi kind of organizes something, but is obviously tired, too busy or too casual about this. Then again he is probably just a representation of what's going on in S397 internally. And it often feels like Jimmi is the only one who provides us with any insight or context into anything. When will there be someone who is actually serious about making the CS a better experience? Who is responsible for constructing the rF2 team now that Marcell has left? Are you guys actually searching for someone? Does rF2 even have a roadmap anymore? So back to the race tonight again: There were ~36 entries which was a good setting for a great race, but we were split in two and my split never got going due to a server issue. Why even is the limit so low to split drivers into two? What is the obstacle that forbids ~50 car grids like in normal league races? Do you have statistics that this is the optimal number and you are not ruining potential races by randomly(!) splitting ~40 driver grids into 26 and 14? These issues especially with CS are so common that I could see this one coming and already write this thread ready in my head. I guess it works decent under "normal" load when there are single digits of entries doing the same event for weeks in a row, but what's the statistics on Formula Challenge and GT Challenge races being cancelled in this system? Broken splits on BMW M2 Cup, why did you lose that series to ACC? Not even going to mention the daily races, what % of the sessions are with 0 or 1 entries? Anyway I write this because I really care for rF2 and want to see it improve. From the outside, it seems obvious that you should either save your face and admit the CS is a failure and let people focus on functioning league racing and the special esports events which seems all that MSG-S397 is focusing on. Special events are going great like the last LMVS proved, but surely this isn't the sole output of rF2's purpose? But in all honesty having seen the Rennsport team up close for example, much more functioning, transparent and flexible organisations like them are going to sweep the floor with you, no matter how good and superior the underlying physics engine is.