Fantasy F1 League 2016
3,728 Active Teams
Results are now updated after the German Grand Prix and transfers are now open again. You have until qualifying starts on Saturday 27th August to make transfers for the Belgian Grand Prix. Congratulations to KempoF1 who snatch the lead at the top of the standings by a solitary point.
If you're looking to play a Fantasy F1 game where there are cash prizes, then I would recommend Zweeler Fantasy F1and they have competitions going throughout the F1 season.
I am looking to start a F1 related newsletter - if you would like to contribute to this then please get in touch.
|Top Teams 2016|
|10th||This time Ricci||1002|
|Top Scores For Germany GP 2016|
|1st||Alonso's comfy chair||115|
Rule Changes for 2016
After a lot of voting I have decided to change the rules and allow the two most popular rule changes to go ahead. There's a new poll to the top-left about making team selections visible to other players, please vote and I will go with the most popular choice.
For 2016 the driver who sets the fastest lap of the race will score 5 points for anyone who has that driver in their line up.
All drivers will now also receive a point for each position they gain during the race - this is based on their starting grid position and their final finishing position, ie their classified position as per the BBC website.
I will bring in the other rule changes for 2017 as to bring them in now would mean having to revalue all the teams and mean a lot of extra work coding the game.
Fantasy F1 League 2016 is a free, Fantasy F1 game now in our fifth season and based on the Formula 1 World Championship - you can register or login if you played before and pick your team for the coming season. Fantasy F1 2015 will allow you to create or join a public or private league for free, as well as picking your drivers, aerodynamic, chassis and engines. Fantasy F1 League can be played in your browser, no need for downloads.
I have given the starting prices for next season much harder consideration for 2016 as 2015 didn't go quite as I planned, it became too easy to simply have the top drivers and the top components too early in the season. Prices will also change depending on performance so the top drivers etc will become quite pricey meaning it will be hard to have the best of everything.
Fantasy F1 League operates a handicap system for late starters - if you miss a race then you gain an additional £3M for your team's budget, for each race missed. So if you don't register until after the second race for example, you'd get an extra £6M for your team to spend. This means you can buy a stronger team than those already playing and gives you a chance of catching up. In any case everyone has a chance of winning trophies at every race so you can still get some glory that way, even if you are a late starter or have a few poor races.