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TheFinalWord

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  1. The removal of the leaderboards would solve the problem as it would remove the public access to everyone's XP level.  You can't complain about something that you don't have any knowledge of. I think that the time has come for the community to start an official petition to remove the leaderboards.  False, you can still see their discipline levels in the lobby. You can see discipline levels but not XP.  The whole discussion is based on the leaderboards which reflect XP.
  2. The removal of the leaderboards would solve the problem as it would remove the public access to everyone's XP level.  You can't complain about something that you don't have any knowledge of. I think that the time has come for the community to start an official petition to remove the leaderboards. 
  3. Codek726 All that I hear from you is complaining and it is getting old.  I play the game for the enjoyment of it.  Who cares about the leaderboards?  If you are on top of the leaderboards do you get some type of financial compensation?  By not being on top of the leaderboards how are you damaged?  Like I said get rid of the leaderboards and the whole problem of 1 lap or 10 lap races goes away.  Most people play games for enjoyment, obviously you don't.  If you want to be on top and invest some of your own money to do so then try iracing.com you can win $10,00
  4. I have the solution that will satisfy everyone.   Get rid of the leaderboards completely.  Problem solved.
  5. I give up.  The game is what it is.  I have bought several games that I thought would be great but after playing them for a short time I was not happy with them so I just stopped playing.  Everyone has the ability to race as many or as few laps as the game allows, so the word "unfair" is not being used correctly.  If the original poster's game doesn't allow him to race 1 lap and his lowest limit is 3 then it would be unfair.  Seeing how that isn't the case I still don't understand the problem.  The same scoring system existed in Grid 2.  People play games fo
  6. The bigger question here is why does anyone care about this so much?  With all of the things going on in the world, why worry about how a company developed their software?  No one forced anyone to purchase Grid AutoSport.  If someone is unhappy with their purchase then they should try to obtain a refund. And to your point TUSMBOX, if someone offered you a job that paid $100.00 per hour, and someone else offered you a job that paid $100.00 per day which one would you take? As far as the time question goes, in any professional sport the clock is always against you when it i
  7. I am astounded by the original poster's comments.  Who cares how anyone plays their game as long as it is within the rules set forth by the software publisher.  One lap races were in Grid 2 as well.  Some people enjoy racing short quick events while others prefer to race long events.  The game has been released, and if the original poster doesn't like the way that it is setup, then no one is forcing him or her to play it.  Also take into account that if you make a mistake in a 1 lap race you do not have much hope of finishing first, while in a 3 lap race you can
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