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How would drivers have fared in the first 3 races? (2014)

Discussion in 'Formula SimRacing' started by Christian Smirnoff, May 24, 2014.

  1. If you were wondering how drivers would have fared in the opening 3 rounds had the 2014 FSR Fantasy League already started, wonder no longer!

    These are the hypothetical results of the 2014 FSR Fantasy League on Round 1: Sakhir, Bahrain:

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    Poleman and race winner Morgan Morand would have been the round's top scorer, with 42 points. 2nd place finisher Bono Huis would have been the 2nd scorer on 30 points, also scoring the fastest lap of the race, while Rob van Starkenburg, who completed the podium would have been 3rd on 25 points.*

    Stay tuned for the hypothetical results of the races at Malaysia and China, plus more statistics from the opening 3 races, during the weekend and create your perfect FSR Fantasy League team!

    If you haven't created your team yet, do it now at http://fantasy.formula-simracing.net. Driver transfers are unlimited until teams are locked for the opening round, next weekend's FSR WC San Marino GP!

    (*) The results reflect the official results from the WC Race Director, not including post-race appeals verdicts. In the Bahrain GP, driver Patrick De Wit would have only received a minor penalty should the results after the Court of Appeal verdicts have been used. His FSR Fantasy League score for the round would have been 2 points.
     
  2. These are the hypothetical results of the 2014 FSR Fantasy League on Round 2: Sepang, Malaysia:

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    Scoring his second pole and victory of the season at Sepang, Morgan Morand would have been again the top scorer of the round on 44 points. 2nd place finisher Bono Huis would have repeated his performance from Bahrain with 30 points, while team-mate and 4th-place finisher Ivar Kalamees would have been the 3rd scorer on 25 points, thanks to climbing 8 positions from his grid spot.*

    Later today, the hypothetical results of the race at China, plus more statistics from the opening 3 races, giving you all the information you need to create your perfect FSR Fantasy League team!

    If you haven't created your team yet, do it now at http://fantasy.formula-simracing.net. Driver transfers are unlimited until teams are locked for the opening round, next weekend's FSR WC San Marino GP!

    (*) The results reflect the official results from the WC Race Director, not including post-race appeals verdicts. In the Malaysian GP, driver Patrick De Wit would not have received a minor penalty should the results after the Court of Appeal verdicts have been used. His FSR Fantasy League score for the round would have been 7 points.
     
  3. These are the hypothetical results of the 2014 FSR Fantasy League on Round 3: Shanghai, China:

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    With his third pole & win in as many races, Morgan Morand would have again been the top scorer of the round on 44 points. 2nd place finisher Bono Huis would have again scored 30 points, with the last podium finisher, Rob van Starkenburg, 3rd on 25 points.

    More FSR Fantasy League statistics about the opening 3 races of the season tomorrow!

    If you haven't created your team yet, do it now at http://fantasy.formula-simracing.net. Driver transfers are unlimited until teams are locked for the opening round, next weekend's FSR WC San Marino GP!
     
  4. These would have been the hypothetical 2014 FSR Fantasy League season statistics, by round and totals, after the first 3 races:

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    Hope all these statistics are very useful to create the perfect FSR Fantasy League team!

    If you haven't created your team yet, do it now at http://fantasy.formula-simracing.net. Driver transfers are unlimited until teams are locked for the opening round, next weekend's FSR WC San Marino GP!