This does not mean you should be on the front row, or
even a sometime winner, but that knowledge of
the upcoming track is imperative.
It does not mean you cannot race with oAo. It's only a benchmark to measure your ability. As long as
you are a safe, clean, predictable driver, and show respect, you will be fine.
you can use to get an idea of how well you fit with oAo competition is the 'statistics' information at GPLRank. If you go to GPLRank, login, and
click on 'Multiple Choice Hell,' select the track, and chassis you're running, and click on the
'Statistics' button, you'll see a small table of statistics. If you can come close to the average time, this will
give you an idea of where you fit, and at this level, you should
find yourself at least in the 70% level.