Allow me to offer my input. I think that if you have the space and the correct flow, then shooting in RAW is definitely advantageous. That being said, as I have a 40D, my RAW files are smaller than JPEG on my 6D. I often shoot 300-600+ images of BMX racing on a weekend, but I have created my own preset that works for me and my style. So I can get home, select a hundred or so images in LR and apply my own preset, then I MAY have to tweak one or two images individually thereafter, then they are ready. Often my 2 biggest bottlenecks are my download to "Computer" and the export and upload to Social Media, sometimes these two processes take longer than the editing and selecting process. IF you decide that you might want to work on an image in detail later, then having it in RAW is beneficial, otherwise JPEG is more than adequate.