Any Rf Gaming Participants & Administrators, Please Read, Food for thought..

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-Rf needs to do something about the issue.
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-Nothing needs to be done, you’re an idiot.
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Any Rf Gaming Participants & Administrators, Please Read, Food for thought..

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Now, before reading any of this, please see the pictures that are attached to this post before reading any further. No, this was not staged, this was a legitimate conversation between me and my friend who have been playing together on sim for years now. I’m not here to start a fire with guys in the class, or upset Rf gaming, but I would assume that some people feel the same way as I do and there should be some attention brought to the issue. I do understand that the 250 Novice class series is over half way through the season, and there are guys that obviously are high in points and want to compete for the championship, but the guys consistently on top in the class are far from C class riders. Realistically, anyone running lap times within 2-4 seconds of the fastest guys in the upper division amateur classes, should be racing with them, not the novice class. I’m sure some will agree, and some will disagree about this, just hoping to see something possibly done about the issue so that the guys who realistically are C class level, are getting the opportunity to make the main events and progress in the series. -Cole Hay|148 Racing
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Not sure if pictures got posted correctly the first time, so I added them to this reply as well. Also, if you reply to this post with "You're just mad you aren't fast enough to compete", or similar, you're admitting that you are a D class rider..noob
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Pictures got posted backwards, start from the bottom picture first.. ^^^^ :P
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It's not really sandbagging unless they pull over on the last lap or something to avoid pointing out. You can be fast an not have a lot of points. The same thing happens in real life. The thing that always bugged me was how they let mini racers who have been racing their entire life go into the novice class.
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Just as a sidenote, some people can evolve a lot within a week. The slower you are, the more progress you make. Seen plenty of amateurs/novice starting the season out and being pro's by the end of the season. Hitting a lot of laps will get you far. If you do 500+ laps in one week, you'll get good fast
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Post by TeamHavocRacing »

This is a good question that has been posed before in very immature ways. It's a sticky situation in real life too.
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Wahlamt wrote: Sat Mar 27, 2021 8:33 pm Just as a sidenote, some people can evolve a lot within a week. The slower you are, the more progress you make. Seen plenty of amateurs/novice starting the season out and being pro's by the end of the season. Hitting a lot of laps will get you far. If you do 500+ laps in one week, you'll get good fast
I think it was Cameron Lee that reminded me a lot of this. (Not sure if he even plays anymore). He started in 450 Ams in 2017 to 450 Pro by the end of SX and got top 10's outdoor that year.
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