I can't be the only one that feels there is no point to completing the daily events in Dirt 4, right?
Let me explain my reasoning. On Dirt Rally I got to the point where I was regularly finishing in the top 20 on daily, weekly and monthly challenges and from time to time setting fastest stage times on the longer events. During this time I would see a few regular names getting the same kind of results. Now when it comes to Dirt 4 and it's community events, I seem to be lucky to finish in the second tier and I'm often over a minute off the fastest time. Now sure I'll admit that I don't have perfect runs through these "cut and paste" stages like I would on Dirt Rally, but loosing over a minute seems a little far fetched. I also have to scroll a long way down the leaderboard before I see any names I recognise from Dirt Rally too and I know they won't have just gotten bad overnight either. But the thing that really made me feel that things are going too far was the results of today's (Tuesday 27th) Rallycross daily event. A 4 lap race that I had not trouble comfortably finishing ahead of the ai. Sure I was held up a little at the start with the expected first corner madness that may have cost a couple of seconds. But a clean race, in the same car as everyone else and locked to the default setup, I though I had a pretty good run. Then I looked at the leaderboard post race to find that I was 44 (yes that is fourty four) seconds off the fastest time. For someone to have achieved that, they would have had to take an average of 11 seconds per lap out of me. I can understand maybe 2 seconds per lap (where most of the believable times on the leaderboard start), but there is no way that is legitimately possible. You have to get to the bottom of the top 10 before the times become realistic and even then they must have been inch perfect laps to be that quick with the default setup.
There isn't any way to flag these times as suspicious in game and I can't see how they can be better policed because so many names just appear as Dirt Player.