After a prolonged hiatus from NFSW, bored with it, fed up with hackers, garage full. Got back on just a couple of days ago and have yet managed to be in a race that wasn't hacked. That was when I could actually manage to get into a multilayer. There may be 11m registered but less the 1% seem to be playing. I managed to actually get other racers for a multiplayer about 1 in 4 trys, and of coarse the winner never raced. Nothing like being half way through the second or third lap and seeing the 60 second warning come up and no one be able to finish the race but the hacker.
This is so common I can understand why it is so hard to start a multiplayer race. The only way not to race a hacker is in single player. Now in all the time I played NFSW EA never could stop the hacking, I don't see AGE accomplishing it ether. It needs to be fixed at the source, block the hack, but EA could never manage to do it. Trying to just report hackers in NFSW could turn in to a career. You would be spending more time reporting hackers than actually racing.