imho average speed and laptime stats have always been pointless, cause they give exact same positions as the finishing order. The best stats are the ones which give You comparison from different sides of view and speculation.
Well, take a set with good grip and enter the Aston national T1 with max grip usage, no matter how smooth You turn in, I flipped the hell outta My car without touching anything Well, in the XFR You can flip it easily any time. I dont see flips happening in real life all the time. I simply had to take the corner a few km/h slower to get My hotlap done heh
heh, Westhill could actually use a warning light for the drivers on the track, it's not hard for the cars on track to go a little right, but the cars in the pits just have to get back on track. Heh, I dont have to wait to let the grid trough because of bad timing for coming out of pits
smith, could the average lap thingy just disregard laps that go bout 25 secs over the average, that would count out the pit laps, would also count out the mistakes, but it would nicely show who had the fastest pace if he had done a clean race
Because average laps and average speeds are in most cases always the same as the results anyway, we dont need to see the results 2 or 3 times, the results table is enough, that average thingy which would count out the laps that go 25 secs over average would help us to do some more speculations
or the time could be 10 or 15 secs even, cause the stops for formulas are shorter.