It's a tough prioritization decision on what content (cars/tracks) to create, and to decide if you are trying for maximum interest of your own customers who already exist or are trying to reach out to new ones. Formula E is a tough one for this. The newest article I can find about it is from Forbes. According to them, in 2018 more than 300 million people globally tuned in to watch at least one F-E race. Now, that's a bullshit number, but a better one is an average of 27.1 million watched a race. In the USA Fox Sports 1 got 412,000 viewers in a couple of races, and at that stage IndyCar was getting 457,000. On the face of it, it was a growing series with major manufacturer and FIA backing, and one it seemed logical to hook your wagon to. Since then, they've had the Gen 2 cars and stopped the silly swap-a-car in the middle of the race, the cars are faster (174mph allegedly) and certainly there are lots of crashes to keep people entertained. Somewhere along the line though, F-E had an esports series and whoever it was who created that folded or stopped doing it and S397 weren't able to provide the tracks for a full series (there was a 3rd party dev team for the prior incarnation). And it especially seemed popular with the 13-17 and 18-24 peeps (where I'd bet older folks like me prefer the traditional racing series and internal combustion engines and you know, some actual noise). S397 must have gotten some connections with the FIA out of this, and I have to think that helped with ACO/FIA WEC sportscar world as well. SRO is gobbled up at this point, and IMSA has an on-off relationship with iRacing (though I'd note the lack of DPi in iRacing, despite them also having a Chevy relationship). DTM wobbled and fell. Frankly S397 probably wouldn't have been in with a shout at a BTCC title or any other TCR series either without this latest deal. They really needed enough F-E tracks to make this relationship work. Not sure about the Race At Home thing, since I don't follow F-E at all and don't own any content. But it was a logical thing to target to try to make a splash, when there were few other good options. Hopefully they can expand the content creation team, because they've got all the British tracks to do for BTCC (Thruxton, Snetterton, Brands, Oulton, Knockhill, Croft, Donny), and we still need more for endurance sportscar racing. The other problem F-E have is not keeping tracks/countries on the schedule (some COVID, but even Diryah might get replaced). But I can't feel bad that this got created and updated, even if there is other stuff I might personally prefer.