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Introducing the FSR Fantasy League (Beta)! Sign-up now!

Discussion in 'Formula SimRacing' started by Christian Smirnoff, Sep 13, 2010.

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    http://fantasy.formula-simracing.net

    I have the pleasure of presenting the FSR Fantasy League, a new web management game based on the AutoGP FSR World Championship races, giving the general public and racers in other divisions the chance to get the thrills of the top simracing league.

    Did you ever dream managing your own AutoGP FSR World Championship team? You don't think you have the necessary money, time or drivers to do it? FSR Fantasy League is your chance! Sign-up, form your own team consisting of 2 AutoGP FSR WC drivers and 2 reserves and start competing against hundreds of other players from all over the world! Now Bruno Marques, Bono Huis or David Greco could be driving for you!

    Sign-up for FREE at http://fantasy.formula-simracing.net

    You may already create your team and perform (unlimited for now) driver transfers and swaps. The FSR Fantasy League (Beta) competition will likely start on the AutoGP FSR WC Singapore GP. This will be confirmmed in the next few days.

    Please read the rules on the homepage carefully!

    If you have any questions or issues, or you find any bugs, please ask/report them here!

    Hope you enjoy the FSR Fantasy League, good luck!
     
  2. Wow, great idea Christian ! :)
     
  3. Good job Christian! ;)
     
  4. Yep, cant wait to see everyone having the same team almost :p

    Huis, Nilsson, Yakimenko and Roaoult. I bet everyone has atleast 3 of this drivers :D
     
  5. @christian: Great Idea!

    edit: Why is lee morris so cheap ?!?!
    I thought he won in Monaco last year!
     
  6. Thanks to everyone for the comments! If you still haven't signed-up, I invite you to do it, only takes a couple of minutes! :) Please also leave some feedback here, comments, opinions, problems, bugs, everything is welcome! ;)

    @Andreas: The driver costs are calculated on their points vs. GPs raced in the 2010 season only. That's why Lee (and other very good drivers) have relatively cheap prices, it's not a subjective value. The status of former champion is the only one taken from previous seasons affecting the drivers' price.
     
  7. Teams will be locked tomorrow Sunday 19th September 16:00 GMT! Until then, you have time to sign-up and perform driver transfers/swaps in time for the Singapore GP! Less than 24hs left!

    A bit of extra information for everyone... The most selected driver by the FSR Fantasy League managers is... yes, you've guessed, championship leader Bono Huis! Young compatriot Jeffrey Rietveld is the second most selected driver so far!
     
  8. great idea mate
    lets have fun!!!
     
  9. Teams are now locked. Signups, driver transfers and swaps will re-open after the Singapore GP results are published. Good luck!
     
  10. Singapore GP Fantasy League results will be calculated and announced after the post-race checks are published by the WC Race Director.

    Driver of the Race: Bono Huis
    Fair Play Award: Bruno Marques
    Kamikaze: -vacant-
     
  11. LOL. You guys better remove me out of the team. Cus I dont drive WC this year ;)
     
  12. With her team Angie's Racing, Angela Freitas, from Portugal, has won the first round of the FSR Fantasy League with 51 points! Congratulations! Signups are now open. You may now check your team's results and perform driver swaps and your driver transfer in your My Team page.

    Round Results & Standings

    Race Points

    Angela has won the round by selecting the round's Ideal Team consisting of Bono Huis and John-Eric Saxen. The key to winning the round over the 2nd placed managers Damian Mauro and Fred Gosling was her reserves pick, as Muhammed Patel's points turned the second tier-breaker criteria into her favour!

    Bono Huis was by far the best-scoring driver of the round, with 45 points, despite recieving a minor post-race penalty.

    As for WC drivers also competing as managers in the FSR Fantasy League, Dennis Hirrle and Lee Morris were the top scorers in 4th place with 47 points. Lee will be specially regretting recieving a post-race penalty from the Race Director as those points would have made the difference to win the round!
     
  13. haha :D
     
  14. Teams will be locked tomorrow Sunday, October 3rd 16:00 GMT! Until then, you have time to sign-up and perform driver transfers/swaps in time for the Japanese GP!

    A few tips for everyone:

    - Atze Kerkhof will be driving for GhostSpeed Racing Team at Suzuka. The winner of the last two WS races, at a cost of $800, becomes a very interesting pick for the FSR Fantasy League managers.
    - Ronny Hahnel was in Singapore the best scorer in the $2000-$3000 cost range and with a cost of $2300 and his aim to end the season as championship runner-up, he might become a very good alternative for managers.
    - Warning! GhostSpeed's Dennis Hirrle and SB Motorsports' Karol Poniatowski have announced they will not take part in the Japanese GP!
     
  15. Teams are now locked. Signups, driver transfers and swaps will re-open after the Japanese GP results are published. Good luck!
     
  16. When will the results be posted ? :)
     
  17. When post race checks are done and results are final.
     
  18. Didn't think of that stupidly enough, lol.
     
  19. To be more precise, results are calculated after post-race checks are published, rather than when results are made final by the Director. In other words, should an appeal change the results, the changes won't be reflected in the FSR Fantasy League. This is simply because waiting for the appeal period + their resolution would simply take too long for managers to be able to perform transfers/swaps in time for the next race, specially if there are back-to-back races.

    Japanese GP Fantasy League results will be calculated and announced after the post-race checks are published by the WC Race Director.

    Driver of the Race: Rasmus Tali
    Fair Play Award: David Dominguez
    Kamikaze: -vacant-
     
  20. With his Kunkel Motorsport team, Precision Motorsports' Team Owner Johannes Kunkel, from Germany, has won the second round of the FSR Fantasy League with 58 points! Congratulations! Signups are now open. You may now check your team's results and perform driver swaps and your driver transfer in your My Team page.

    Round Results & Standings

    Race Points

    Johannes won the round by far with 58 points, by having faith in his own drivers. It has definitely paid off, as he selected the Ideal Team of the round, consisting of Rasmus Tali and Ronny Hahnel. He scored a massive 17-point gap to 2nd placed Sami Pesari (41 points). Ferry Koek was 3rd with 38.

    The score also allowed Johannes Kunkel to take the lead in the Standings with 94 points, closely followed by Fred Gosling with 89. First round winner Angela Freitas placed only 23rd this time around, dropping to 9th place in the Standings with 77 points.

    Rasmus Tali was the best-scoring driver of the round, with 30 points. Ronny Hahnel followed close behind with 28. Precision Motorsports had their drivers on both ends of the scale, however, as Jaakko Mikkonen's penalty means the managers that picked him won't be happy, since the Finn has scored -1 point, being the first driver to score negative points.

    As for WC drivers also competing as managers in the FSR Fantasy League, Jeffrey Rietveld was the top scorer in 7th place, with 38 points. To find a WC driver who has actually taken part in the race, however, we have to go down to 16th place to find David Dominguez, with 30 points.

    See you in Brazil!