Simon Adebisi, from Australia, has won the third round of the 2012 FSR Fantasy League with 89 points! Congratulations! Signups are now open. You may now check your team's results and perform driver swaps and up to 2 driver transfers in your My Team page. Round Results & Standings Race Points Simon Adebisi, with his team Adebisi Ride On Mowers, has become the first two-time FSR Fantasy League round winner. After taking victory in the 2012 FSR Fantasy League's opening round with the exact same score, this time he achieved the feat with his team consisting of hattrick-man Bono Huis, together with Jaakko Mikkonen, John-Eric Saxen and Peter Varga. Chris Cousall took 2nd place with 86 points while last round's winner, John-Eric Saxen, rounded up the top-3 with 85 points. With his second round victory, Simon Adebisi has increased the gap in the championship standings. He now leads with 270 points, in the quest for the Thrustmaster T-Wireless 3 in 1 Rumble Force Gamepad. Nicolas Gschwind has moved up into 2nd with 255 points, with Fred Gosling moving down one position to 3rd with 254. Simon Adebisi has now earned his second chance to win the Thrustmaster Dual Trigger 3 in 1 Rumble Force Gamepad at the end of the season, while John-Eric Saxen will be also hoping to get the prize thanks to his victory in the last round. Bono Huis has achieved his second hattrick result in a row, and with the race win, pole position and fastest lap, he again scored 52 points, repeating his Canadian tally to become once again the top scoring driver of the round. Morgan Morand enjoyed his first trouble-free finish since the FSR Fantasy League competition started and was the 2nd top scorer with 28 points. Jeffrey Rietveld and John-Eric Saxen followed with 21 points each. Five drivers went into the negative side of the scale due to post-race penalties: Gergo Baldi (-2), David Greco (-2), Fabrizio Gobbi (-2), Tristan Bayless (-3) and George Chatzipantelis (-5). Drivers' market costs were updated. Podium finisher Stoffel Vandoorne (+400$), John-Eric Saxen (+200$) and Jim Parisis (+200$) were the drivers who climbed the costs ladder the most. Remember that the drivers that you already have on your team will continue to cost you what they did when you included them on your lineup. If you are proud of your result on the third round of the FSR Fantasy League, remember you can share your achievements with your Facebook friends by pressing the Facebook icons in your My Team page! The fourth round of the FSR Fantasy League will be the Hungarian GP on July 15th, after a well-deserved four-week break. Remember to perform the driver transfers and swaps you need to become the next round winner! Feel free to discuss your performance in the round in this thread. Do you think you have picked the right drivers for your team? Any regrets on your lineup? Are you happy with the transfers/swaps you made for this round? Do you already have your next team changes planned? Did your drivers perform as expected at Silverstone? Let us know!