smh. I rather be on the negative, pessimistic but realistic side of things.
LFS, a niche market and logical to expect low activity? Duhh, no bs. Meanwhile other popular simracing games are stacking the numbers and providing tournaments with somewhat decent prize pools that people are interested to compete in with high attendance rates (e.g. iR). Meanwhile LFS is just some old, forgotten game where only new people might turn in to see how it was like. It's more nostalgic than revolutionary. It's like sticking to W XP or Windows Phone because you are so attached to things and can't move on
You usually suggest things by writing an useless essay about them that most people won't even read. The game has been stuck in development since 2009 and yet you throw these ideas as if they were some major game developer.
Just look at your suggestions on TC forums. None takes you seriously.
Knowing what kind of leagues Kiste has done in iR, you cannot convince him by saying that LFS has decent leagues, because it's false. Yeah the racing might be good but iR offers that atmosphere that screams for competition. In LFS tho it's just grandpas racing.
Randomly brought up memories of [AMG] AS3 w/ GTRs. The diversity back then was insane. Having servers both for GTRs, TBOs, GTIs and Open Wheelers to choose from and play on was too much fun. Falken Drift Server was a blast too, no bs, no dumb insim with a drift scorer, just everyone having a blast. Now even the drift servers have a biased community.