Hmm, are you sure? rF2 and iRacing both have unique tracks + mainstream ones with GT3/GTLM cars etc. , it still works. I like the uniqueness of AMS content but still love racing on some of the mainstream tracks with "mainstream" cars like GT 3/4/LM. Why not have it the same game you enjoy. Its in fact not black and white, you can absolutely do inbetween/or both and be successful. You could actually argue that iRacing has the weirdest combination of content and types of racing and is the most successful of them all in terms of revenue.