I just learned about this series this week. I'm so disappointed that I didn't know about it earlier so that I could have viewed more content. I watched only one round's match today, tremendous stuff. I like the comments here from @redhed17 & @Snaeper. These seemed objectively fair. I would give what I have seen of this effort an A with respect to my perception of planning, format, production, driver performance & community enthusiasm. The team format introduces fresh strategies that are uncommon in most racing series. I would address two points concerning format. @redhed17 mentioned track choice. I appreciate the singular choice of the (unannounced) track. Since the R1 starting order is determined by Q, the track should be common to appropriately reward & reflect the Q performance. R2's starting order, presumably to create a measure of parity, is the reverse finishing order of R1. Again track commonality best assures this parity, especially running 5 lap events. My second topic is the value of points rewarded to finishing positions. I question the linear scale for point assignment. My opinion is that upper finishing positions should be given progressively greater points. I would be interested in comparing match results based on an adjusted schedule, e.g., 10 - 8 - 6 - 5 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 1. However, I enjoyed how close the current system kept team total points throughout the races I watched & i would not recommend any change without examination of past results & without consulting participants. Thanks so much to the presenters, planners, drivers & promoters. I plan to view the rest when I am not streaming on my mobile cellular network.