About a week ago, I was one decent finish from an 'A' rank DR and my SR was at 'S'. After 1.06 dropped, I jumped in a daily and all of a sudden it's like the SR didn't matter at all. I poled 5th, climbed to 3rd with 1 lap to go and then got repeatedly hit buy the Ahole in 4th until he cut a corner chicane and knocked me hard across the track and into a wall... to which I recived an SR down and a 19 second penalty. Again, it was my corner, clean and clear, Ahole cuts into the grass, over the chicane and t-bones me just past the apex of the turn... and I get penalized. The very next race... (DR 'B') (SR 'A') I poled 5th again, climbed to 2nd with 1 lap to go and closing in on 1st with a larger gap (8-10secs) between myself and 3rd. I get loose coming out of a corner, do a quick 360 in the middle of the track and recover... I received an SR Down and a 2 second penalty... for spinning out in the middle of track, not touching the grass, chicane, or a wall, or another vehicle. What in the hell is going on with this system? The very next race... I got a repeat of what happened earlier, I got targeted near the end of the race by another Ahole, at another corner, into another wall... 8 second penalty... SR down. The rest of the week it's been like a pinball machine. I can only assume that this due to the 1.06 'supergrip' update. .... I just don't know what the incentive is keep putting up with this bs. Credit rewards are all but meaningless, because we're 'gifted' way to many cars, way too often. There's no racing teams, which would further encourage clean racing. Tuning is locked in every race, which if opened up would add depth in skill, futher dividing the reckless casuals from the skilled and knowledgeable racers... Where are the N class daily's? Where are the rally dally's? ...but even if all that was addressed, the SR system is still broken and even if that by some miracle was fixed... What is the goal? What is the point of reaching SS? ...other than to say to myself, 'hey, that's cool, look at my rank'? There just doesn't seem to be a rewarding reason to engage in 'sport' mode at all.