So, I just finished Rd. 2 in the GT Nations Cup Gr. 2 race at Interlagos, after I got ousted from a top 5 finish by having to pit TWICE because I had 0.7 of a lap worth of fuel entering the final lap of the race, forcing me to pit a 2nd time, finishing a disheartening 9th out of 17. After a 2nd place finish at the last race on Nurburgring GP, just 4 tenths from the winner after all penalties were accounted for, I wonder if my 9th place finish nearly jeopardized my season hopes. The whole ordeal completely stressed me out and I was on the verge of a mental breakdown from what happened throughout the race, and I don't feel much better after the race either. But my main concern is, as clarified in the title, how does one get nearly 2500 pts. after just one round?? To put my confusion in perspective, my 2nd place finish on the Nurburgring GP 3 days ago only yielded me 233 pts.. I'm dying to know, because I was hoping for a potential chance to put myself in a position where I could be eligible for the live events later this year, and if that's ever going to be a possibility, however remote it might be, I NEED to know how to get those high point yields no matter the probability, and asap. If anyone can enlighten me on this, please tell me. Thanks!