I'm absolutely gutted to say the least. I can't believe you made the same mistake as last year, at least if this is how you wanted to handle things you could've told us before that there was a limited amount of players that would've made it to the final rounds, at least people would have had that in mind. Advertising your event, and then wasting the time of people like me who have tested the tracks these days, and waited patiently this evening to race is just not right. Some may say that nobody told me to do those things, well fair enough, and as a matter of fact I wouldn't complain now if there was proper notice in the website article that there would have been a limited amount of players admitted, I knew that we would've been selected randomly and that was no big deal.
"How many players qualify depends on how many players attend. For example, if 96 players compete, only half will qualify, meaning the fastest 4 of 8 from each race will qualify."
This is what I mean, there is no clarification about the number limit. What I understand is that if we are 400, 200 will qualify, I think that's pretty clear. I know that we were a lot today, almost sure we were more than you expected, but since only 2 people (instead of 4) out of 8 were being admitted I thought you had sorted things out, so that there weren't too many people tomorrow, as that would've made the event super long. Instead, this was just pretty disappointing. Again, I read that the exact same thing happened in the summer 2019 championship, and while I read that you were willing to coordinate things a little better in the following championships, apparently you didn't learn from your mistakes.
What makes things even worse this time is that, at least, that time there was actually notice that there would've been a limit! "Note: Race participants have very limited spaces available. Players will be randomly selected!", I wonder why you didn't write the same thing this time...
Well guys, thank you for the effort you put into organizing all the events you bring to us, I know it's no easy thing, but you really need better organization for the racing one in particular... it's just not fair for all of those who wait there, aware that sooner or later, with some patience, their turn will come, because nobody has told them there is a number limit. It wasn't like this when I attended the first edition last spring, hope you will be able to give everyone and not just a smaller amount of people a fun time or at least an opportunity in the next editions.