Now that you mention it, I didn't realize that all of the cars that nosed on the landing were in the same lane.
It definitely sounds like the jump may not have been symmetric. I thought about that every time the announcer mentioned that so-and-so construction company built the track. How much experience could they have building rally tracks? I suppose they could do other motorsport tracks, so it's not impossible, but if they were just some heavy machinery construction company, they wouldn't necessarily know exactly what they were doing.
It was definitely much more exciting at the 12:15 session than the 4:45 session after either all the drivers took the jump with caution or the jump was flattened. I felt pretty bad that so many cars were damaged on that jump though.
BTW, wouldn't the lane next to the spectator stands be the outside lane?