Aerond wrote:Effectively, the only way to DSQ someone would be after the race, black flagging someone is impossible atm i'm afraid.
That's as I thought, though if people are behind it, then I'd support an introduction of DSQs should Aerond consider them worthy of use on drivers.
Aerond, I want you to check tristan's GP2 championship thread, where DSQs has occured twice in that series (thrice if you count Reiko Megumi's DSQ following pressure from Andreas Stefano of Ferrari).
There, DSQ's works as the following: the organizer looks at the footage (quick replay/highlights), and notices if there is something awry with a driver. If that is the case, the driver will be either disqualified from the race and/or receive (sometimes suspended) race ban(s) for one or more race(s). Further violations after these sanctions could lead to a more serious sanction: complete DSQ (think MSC 1997/Tyrell 1984) or revocation of super licence (translation: the driver is thrown out from the series). Note that complete DSQ or revocation of super-licence has yet to happen.
Aerond wrote:I can also announce that, in the future, I´d like to port the series to rfactor 2. I haven´t done it to rfactor mainly because the dumb AI and lack of rain, but this won´t be a problem in rfactor 2, as AI drivers characteristics can be quite editable and they seem to be quite intelligent as well. With the online community, it could also happen that you can watch live the races as they happen.
Problem is, many of us are rejectful in designing liveries for anything but GP2.