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Hugo Weichert
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Old post #1 posted Sep 3rd 2018, 09:42:09 Quote 
Hey guys,
I was discussing with my friend the other day about how the expectation of the sponsors are measured. We werent sure if the least amount of bars (low number) was low expectation or if the most amount of bars was low expectations. The thought process was that if it is green it means good for the player and if it is red it means bad, but this would also be completely different from all the other aspects. Could someone just clear up which is which?

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Old post #2 posted Sep 3rd 2018, 09:44:03 Quote 
The more bars the sponsor has, the more he expects.
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Old post #3 posted Oct 23rd 2018, 16:04:16 Quote 
So I have a sponsor that is currently unhappy with only 2 bars of expectations, meanwhile a sponsor with higher expectations has a full satisfaction bar currently. Im 90% sure that there is about this which isnt working as expected, anyone know why this could be the case?
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Old post #4 posted Oct 23rd 2018, 16:15:45 Quote 
Maybe there are other factors playing into their overall satisfaction?
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Old post #5 posted Oct 23rd 2018, 18:13:13 Quote 
What have you promessed them during negotiations?
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Old post #6 posted Oct 23rd 2018, 18:20:02 Quote 
Yeah that's the only thing which I could think of but I can't see that as I'm not a supporter, would have thought I put low table position
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Old post #7 posted Oct 23rd 2018, 18:47:09 Quote 
Quote ( Ben Harris @ October 23rd 2018,18:20:02 )

Yeah that's the only thing which I could think of but I can't see that as I'm not a supporter, would have thought I put low table position


low table position for which of the 2 sponsors you mentioned? remove the variables and you will find an answer
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Old post #8 posted Nov 27th 2019, 22:06:26 Quote 
as long as I had a good results a sponsor was happy with only 1 bar of expectations. yet during the negotiation I had indicated at the end of the grid. This is not logical. And now that I have a worse result he is not happy. There is no logic to this.

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Old post #9 posted Nov 27th 2019, 23:09:45 Quote 
Quote ( Melissa Martin @ November 27th 2019,22:06:26 )

There is no logic to this.

So do you think there is just one variable at play.
and also do you think the sponsor takes only 1 race into consideration

Instead of "no logic" I'd say that you haven't considered all potential aspects
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Old post #10 posted Nov 27th 2019, 23:18:47 Quote 

I'm 6 times in points and when I do not mark anymore he complains. there is necessarily something that explains that but it will be necessary that I get drunk to understand ;)
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Old post #11 posted Nov 27th 2019, 23:56:38 Quote 
You may have a (potentially) thought provoking pm :)
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Old post #12 posted Nov 28th 2019, 16:25:12 Quote 
Quote ( Melissa Martin @ November 27th 2019,23:18:47 )


I'm 6 times in points and when I do not mark anymore he complains. there is necessarily something that explains that but it will be necessary that I get drunk to understand ;)


I had not thought of that option but that is a good one. Cheers!
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