I'll definitely be joining in the future. I would also vote for using the stock content to begin with. Whist Sth American tracks might be unfamiliar they are just fantastic when you learn them. Places like Taruma are just ideal for non stop side by side racing. I just think it takes the headache out of getting mods running to begin with whilst people are new to the game. Just my 2 cents.
Just a suggestion, after seeing the talk here in this thread.
While grid numbers are potentially lower, I think it'd be really cool to see a series in the Brazilian stocks (or even the V8 Supercars)...
Being power balanced, the Brazilian stock cars make for some amazing racing, even when there's only 6 or 7 participants. I don't believe I've ever raced those things and not went nose to tail nearly the entire race, and I recall a race while R2P was still in existence....those Brazilian stocks, Laguna Seca...there were only 7 of us (well, 9, but two weren't really on pace with the rest).....anyways, a memorable race.
Nose to tail and a lot of battling, lots of side by side action. I recall holding down P3 and a 3 way battle with P2 and the leader...45 solid minutes of white knuckle racing. I ended up puncturing a tire with two laps remaining heading into the left hander that starts up the hill...ran off into the sand and lost it, but loved every minute of it. Think that was the first time I actually overcooked a tire enough to blow it....that was in GSCE.
Anyways, just a suggestion about some good racing even with low numbers. Hell, those things are fun even with AI (and I HATE racing AI)...but the close quarters racing really makes it fun.
Throw in some pit stops and a bit of length (hour or so) and it would surely be even more fun.