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Round 7 Recap: Hungaroring, Hungary

Discussion in 'Formula SimRacing' started by Christian Smirnoff, Jul 20, 2012.

  1. Andrew Smith, from Great Britain, has won the fourth round of the 2012 FSR Fantasy League with 70 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

    Andrew Smith, with his Cheeter motosports (sic) team, has taken the fourth round of the 2012 FSR Fantasy League. He scored 70 points, courtesy of race winner Bono Huis, who inherited victory after a controversial post-race penalty handed to rival Morgan Morand, together with Giuseppe Marconi, John-Eric Saxen and Eros Masciulli. While it was the lowest round-winning score of the season so far, it was enough to beat British compatriots Chris Knight (66 points) and Chris Cousall (65 points) who placed in 2nd and 3rd places respectively.

    Despite placing only 17th in this round, Simon Adebisi remains at the top of the standings, with 323 points. Aiming for the Thrustmaster T-Wireless 3 in 1 Rumble Force Gamepad, Nicolas Gschwind (315 points) and Fred Gosling (309 points) are chasing close behind, managing to reduce the gap to the leader in this round. Round winner Andrew Smith is currently 5th in the standings with 302 points, 21 less than Adebisi.

    Andrew Smith has joined round winners Simon Adebisi (x2) and John-Eric Saxen as candidates to win a Thrustmaster Dual Trigger 3 in 1 Rumble Force Gamepad at the end of the season.

    Bono Huis was, once again, the top scoring driver of the round. However, with no hattrick this time, and receiving a post-race penalty for the epic battle with Morand, the championship leader scored 37 points, his lowest score so far. Despite losing the race win after a post-race penalty, Morgan Morand was the 2nd top scorer with 23 points, followed by a surprising Martin Gosbee, who climbed from 22nd on the grid to 7th at the finish to become the 3rd top scorer with 21 points. Only one driver went into the negative side of the scale this time: George Chatzipantelis (-10).

    Drivers' market costs were updated. Martin Gosbee (+400$), Jeffrey Rietveld (+300$) and Eros Masciulli (+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 fourth round of the FSR Fantasy League, remember you can share your achievements with your Facebook friends and Twitter followers by pressing the Facebook/Twitter icons in your My Team page!

    The fifth round of the FSR Fantasy League will be the Spanish GP on August 5th, after a three-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 Hungaroring? Let us know!
     
  2. David Armstrong

    David Armstrong
    Premium Member

    The engine stuttered a little at Hungary, but the ride-on mower is still pumpin' in 1st place baby!