Had this idea for a rapid space fighter deployment system and wanted to see if anybody sees a flaw I'm not.
Imagine a big circle in space, and inside that circle are 'stacks' of space fighters facing the outside of the circle. Of course they wouldn't be perfectly stacked as it's a circle, and would be arranged more like the dots on this shower drain. The sides of this circle are closed with armor and have the fighter racks mounted on them. The circumference of the circle have segmented doors on them that slide open similar to the hangar doors on Venator cruisers. Larger circles can have two 'stacks' of fighters next to each other, or even more but the width of the circle increases with the stacks, and radius increases with the size of the stacks.
Movement is accomplished by two large engines on either side of the ring facing forward. These can be rotated 360* if needed.
For deployment, the circle inside begins spinning to generate artificial gravity. Once the desired door segments are opened, the fighters are released and they 'fall' out towards the battle. The outside door segements have rockets mounted opposite of the direction the circle is spinning to keep the door alignment from shifting and sending fighters the wrong way.
For rapid deployment, all doors are opened and the circle is oriented so that the side is facing the battle. This makes it a large target to hit, but all fighters can be launched very quickly. Safer yet slower deployment opens one 'side' of the circle(maybe a sixth of all door segements) facing the battle and launches fighters from the opening. This makes the target area a thin rectangle rather than a large circle, but deployment takes longer.
If technology permits, a single segment can open and a warp gate(or other instantaneous long distance travel device) can be placed in front where the fighters exit. Now the target area is much smaller and the fighters are deployed across much longer distances. Deployment rings built for this would probably have a spiral interior rather than a stacked interior to simplify the deployment(Stacked rings need to time the fighter release else they crash into each other at the opening, smaller opening needs more precise timing).
Question: Is this feasible, or am I missing something big that needs to be addressed?