The new "six-roadblock-limit" introduced for TAR 6 seems to have a solid basis, but is it perhaps too stringent?
If there's going to be a total of 11 (or 12) roadblocks, then it would be fair to make sure that one player doesn't monopolize all of them. However, there seems to be a few problems with this approach: the main issue being one of what happens if a person gets an RB challenge at the end of the race they have to do but can't (simplest example: eating a food they're allergic to or can't eat because of dietary restrictions/religious beliefs)?
Also, is it right to make the limit 6? Would it be better served by allowing slightly more flexibility--say, 7 RB's per player maximum?