Stage points are crucial. Your drivers have to perform well all race long, not just finish well. So although you had a good roster based on finishing position, those drivers didn’t score enough stage points. Stage points being separate than picking the stage winner.
If you're interested in joining an F1 fantasy league go ahead and smash that like button or state your interest. NASCAR fantasy has been a success so far with ARL and adds another level of fun and competitiveness to watching the race each week. I know some of you aren't NASCAR fans so I wanted to create something for F1 as well. The F1 web page has finally opened up their 2020 game and I've created the American Racing League. If there's enough interest to the response of this post I will go ahead and create a new thread with instructions on how to join.
I knew it was going to happen eventually. Oddly enough, they don't expect stops to be much quicker, maybe a couple thenths. Fuel injection, trackbar adjustments from the car, electronic dashboard. All it really means is there will be less lugs to be given away at race shops and tracks.
This years Clash was absolutely terrible so there’s nothing they could do to make it any worse. This gives fans attending speed week way more bang for their buck to see racing on both configurations of the track. It’ll save teams money too because they won’t be destroying as many cars. Smart move all around in my opinion. I hope to see something similar done in Charlotte. Maybe a double header for the All Star weekend and run both Roval and oval.