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AL leagues

Post by RosstheIcon on Mon Aug 19, 2013 12:04 am

Quick (and possibly stupid) querie: Are the AL leagues working as a league system, with promotions and relegations? And if not does anyone else think it would be a good idea?
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Re: AL leagues

Post by Admin on Mon Aug 19, 2013 12:32 am

We don't at the moment, as we aim to make the leagues as tight as possible. If someone quickly shows that they're too quick for a given league they will be moved. Champions have the option to move up certainly, as they might want to test themselves against tougher opposition. Equally, at tbe end of the season we will likely encourage a semi-voluntary reshuffle to try and get any League groupings tighter where possible (this will hopefully be useful when we come to set up a PL2). But we won't force people up or down, as they might not be able to make the day of the next league, and we don't want to lose loyal members over this.


Many of the website staff have come from Leagues where automatic promotion-demotion systems are used; and whilst it can be effectively done, we're trying a more naturally grouped ethos on the website here. The hope is to keep everything workable, and encourage the simple enjoyment of coming together with other clean drivers once-per-week and racing.
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Re: AL leagues

Post by Guest on Tue Aug 20, 2013 1:43 am

I like the system as you have it now.
I am consistently finishing in the bottom 5 in AL1, but feel I know my place. It is a great learning curve to race with (on the same track as!) guys like topmantayler and daflukey who are always quick, and would normaly be promoted quickly.
For someone learning to race this game well, overwhelming odds are probably the best way.
Also some of the quicker guys may only be able to race certain nights, at least this way everyone gets to race Smile

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Re: AL leagues

Post by RosstheIcon on Tue Aug 20, 2013 2:03 am

Fair enough then, I have no issue with that approach either.
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