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2014 Round 6 Recap: Silverstone, Great Britain

Discussion in 'Formula SimRacing' started by Christian Smirnoff, Jul 2, 2014.

  1. Christian Smirnoff

    Christian Smirnoff

    Muhammed Patel, from Great Britain, has won the third round of the 2014 FSR Fantasy League with 73 points! Congratulations! Teams 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. You can also check your performance in your Mini-Leagues.

    Round Results & Standings
    Race Points
    Mini-League Results

    Round Results & Standings

    The 2014 FSR Fantasy League has its third new round winner in as many rounds! Great Britain's Muhammed Patel took his home round with his #WeGoAgain team, scoring 73 points. The winning team was composed by Rob van Starkenburg, Martin Gosbee, Dian Kostadinov and Blair Disley. Compatriot Jonathan Holmes took 2nd place with 72 points. Netherlands' Danny van der Niet, winner of the first round, was 3rd. Danny also scored 72 points but was classified behind due to scoring less Team A points, after the second tie-breaker criterion was applied.

    Despite only placing 13th in this round, Fred Gosling, from Great Britain, remains at the top of the standings, now on 241 points. In the battle for the Thrustmaster Y-250C Gaming Headset, he now enjoys a 5-point gap over Spaniard Carlos Martín, who continues 2nd. Also from Spain, Carlos Lozano climbed up to 3rd on the standings, with 218 points. 2013 FSR Fantasy League champion Franz Schnyder was only 42nd in this round and fell from 3rd to 10th on the standings.

    Muhammed Patel joins Danny van der Niet and Carlos Martin as a contender for the other Thrustmaster Y-250C Gaming Headset that will be drawn among all round winners at the end of the season.

    Driver Results

    After being unable to win in the opening five races, four-times champion Bono Huis returned to victory at Silverstone and also became the top-scoring driver of the round, with 35 points. The other podium finishers, Rob van Starkenburg and Petar Brljak, were the 2nd and 3rd top scorers, on 31 and 28 points respectively.

    After three rounds, Morgan Morand remains the 2014 FSR Fantasy League's top scorer with 115 points. Team-mates Bono Huis and Ivar Kalamees are now tied 2nd with 73 points each.

    Drivers' market costs were updated. Petar Brljak (+300$), Bono Huis (+200$), Rob van Starkenburg (+200$), Dian Kostadinov (+200$) and David Greco (+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.

    Official Mini-Leagues
    • Drivers Challenge: Overall round winner Muhammed Patel took the Mini-League's victory on 73 points, ahead of Danny van der Niet (72 points) and Norbert Leitner (54 points) who made his WC debut both as a driver and in the Mini-League. Carlos Martín remains the Mini-League's leader, on 236 points.

    • Team Managers Challenge: Ernesto De Angelis (Crown7NetRex, 71 points) took his first Mini-League victory, ahead of David Dominguez (Twister-Racing, 49 points) and Kris Cobb (Avid Chronic Racing, 46 points). Dominguez remains at the top of the standings with 211 points.

    • Administrators Challenge: FSR Pro Race Director Carlos Martin took his third victory in a row in this Mini-League, with 51 points. ISR Club Vice-President David Dominguez was 2nd on 49 points, while FSR Ace Race Director, Kris Cobb, was 3rd on 46 points. Carlos Martin continues to lead with 236 points.

    • Round Winners Challenge: Jonathan Holmes took his second Mini-League victory with 72 points, just ahead of Danny van der Niet with the same score. Fred Gosling was 3rd on 54 points. Overall leader Gosling is at the top of the standings with 241 points. New round winner Muhammed Patel will join this Mini-League for the following round!

    Share your Performances!

    If you are proud of your result on the third round of the 2014 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!

    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!

    Next Round

    After a very long and well-deserved break, the fourth round of the 2014 FSR Fantasy League will be the German GP on August 17th. Remember to perform the driver transfers and swaps you need to become the next round winner!