Now, I'm in a bit of a quandry. I have a series of my own
that I'm trying to get my shite together so I can see it through, but I'm at the stage of every series when I enjoy it least: grinding through a season. I've already finished the bit of this season which I enjoy most: the part with the RNG, where I get to make lots of lists and see where everyone ends up.
Anyhow, I was browsing the ASMF recently (not somewhere I usually spend much time, save for Tommykl's series) and stumbled across a couple of QuickSim series. I was interested in the concept, largely because it meant less focus on the simulation and presentation of races, and more on the pre-season faffing around and creating story arcs that span several seasons without the bother of having to make a sustained and regular commitment to putting races up one-by-one.
So I guess my question is this:
With no commitment to actually running one at this point, would there be interest in some sort of QuickSim series where team managers lay out their plans a season at a time rather than a race at a time?
I have spreadsheets on my laptop that do all kinds of things, including modelling driver development over several seasons at a time. Given the aspects of series-running that I find to be a chore, it seems like a long shot that it would ever be of use. Thoughts?