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Round 12 Recap: Suzuka, Japan

Discussion in 'Formula SimRacing' started by Christian Smirnoff, Oct 3, 2012.

  1. Christian Smirnoff

    Christian Smirnoff

    Milan Radivojevic, from Serbia, has won the ninth round of the 2012 FSR Fantasy League with 81 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

    The FSR Fantasy League has a new round winner, Milan Radivojevic, who took victory on round 9 with 81 points. His SRT team consisted of podium finishers Morgan Morand and Jeffrey Rietveld, together with Petar Brljak and Michael Francesconi. Milan has become the first round winner whose team did not feature the race-winning driver in its lineup. Ondrej Kuncman, from Czech Republic, was 2nd with 79 points, with a team 100 $ cheaper than Fred Gosling's, who was 3rd with the same score. The British manager lost the second rostrum spot due to the first tie-breaker criterion.

    After a rusy German round, Ondrej Kuncman has enlarged his gap at the top of the standings with his 2nd place. With 667 points, the Czech manager remains the favourite to take the Thrustmaster T-Wireless 3 in 1 Rumble Force Gamepad home, with 3 rounds remaining. Argentinian Nicolas Gschwind continues in 2nd place with 609 points while John-Eric Saxen, from Finland, remains 3rd with 564.

    Milan Radivojevic has joined Simon Adebisi (2x), John-Eric Saxen, Andrew Smith, Paul Boon, Ondrej Kuncman and Rob van Starkenburg as a contender for the Thrustmaster Dual Trigger 3 in 1 Rumble Force Gamepad that a round winner will take home at the end of the season.

    Taking pole position and the race win, Bono Huis was once again the top-scoring driver of the round, with 44 points. Morgan Morand's drive from the back of the grid to 3rd allowed him to be the 2nd top-scoring driver with 33 points, while podium finisher Jeffrey Rietveld scored 29 points for the second round in a row. Several teams were affected by the race-ban penalty Jaakko Mikkonen received, with the Finn being the 3rd most selected driver by FSR Fantasy League managers and scoring -8 points this round.

    Drivers' market costs were updated. Ivar Kalamees (+900$), Jack Keithley (+200$) and Jeffrey Rietveld (+100$) 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 ninth 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 tenth round of the FSR Fantasy League will be the Korean GP on October 7th. Yes, that's already next weekend! Remember to perform the driver transfers and swaps you need to become the next round winner! Only 3 rounds remaining!

    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 Suzuka? Let us know!
  2. Mikko Puumalainen

    Mikko Puumalainen

    Damn it, if I hadn't made any trades I would've won the round (Morand, Rietveld, Brljak, Leppälä = 85 points).

    Should've waited closer to the trade deadline.
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  3. Ron Squire

    Ron Squire

    41st place Improving but still need to pick up the pace 40 points in my team from Suzuka Thanks Rietfeld, Baldi, Marconi and Kolarec
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  4. Milan Radivojevic

    Milan Radivojevic

    Wohooooooooooooooooo :D
    Nice race for Serbia Racing Team :D

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