F1 fantasy leagues 2014
- 3rd February 2014, 16:00 at 4:00 pm #134162
Greetings fellow fanatics. With the new season almost upon us I wanted to shamelessly plug a couple of my favourite fantasy leagues, both of which are free and quick to play – unless you spend hours agonizing over driver choices.
First up: http://www.minardif1.org/ This one’s a minnow in terms of current membership (so more chance to win!), but we’re a jovial bunch and there’s even a cash prize for the overall & weekly champions.
Game rules are here: http://www.minardif1.org/mf1/pages/rules.html
Registration is via the forum: http://www.minardif1.org/forum/
Next up: http://fantasyracers.com/ Entrants normally run into the thousands for this one, so I’ll bow down in your honour should you manage to win, but it’s a fun budget-based game even if you end up 640th.
I’ve set up a league for any interested fanatics, it’s number 190 and the password is: letmein
Please add links for any other leagues you consider worth a go. Cheers for reading, Tony.3rd February 2014, 18:46 at 6:46 pm #248480Piotr KoterylParticipant
I run a league (and have done so for the last few years) by email – last year we had 23 entrants, but I am looking to expand that. I am setting up a website to deliver the results, but am still ironing a few creases out. If anyone is interested, please either message me on here or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I hope to hear from some of you! Many thanks, Peter.23rd February 2014, 9:58 at 9:58 am #249588F1FanParticipant
I would suggest the Fantasy F1 game on http://www.PFRL.net. At the first sight, it looks a little bit complicated, but it has a sophisticated gameplay. Easy to play (just a few seconds to create a team), but hard to win. It’s fun during the whole season.23rd February 2014, 10:00 at 10:00 am #249589AnonymousInactive
F1FVGPC.23rd February 2014, 16:11 at 4:11 pm #249619
Peter, any chance of a quick summary of how your league works: no. of driver picks, scoring, etc. Good to have a rough outline for potential players to browse.
PFRL game does indeed seem a bit complicated at first sight, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. I shall take a proper look at the rules and see if it’s for me.
Lastly, details for entering the game at: http://minardif1.org/ are now available via the ‘join’ button on that page; also, the distribution of this year’s $250 prize fund has been announced.23rd February 2014, 20:00 at 8:00 pm #249639Piotr KoterylParticipant
There is a full summary on my website: http://fantasyf1uk.wordpress.com/
Basically, you choose two drivers from the main grid, a reserve driver, a chassis and an engine within a 65m Euro budget.3rd March 2014, 7:30 at 7:30 am #250637
Just created a mini-league at: http://fantasyracing.hiltonhhonors.com/default.aspx
League name: F1Fanatics
Enjoyed this one last year (and not just because I topped our mini-league!) so hopefully see a few of the old faces and an array of new ones for this season. The two leagues in top post still open to join.4th March 2014, 14:55 at 2:55 pm #250794DaveParticipant
I have recently created a free Fantasy F1 game at: http://www.playf1game.com
Fresh new fantasy game starting this season so anyone interested please feel free to check it out.5th March 2014, 20:11 at 8:11 pm #250862
I just joined the F1 fantasy leauge as White-Budgie GP with Grosjean, Perez, Hulk, Massa, Sutil and Bianchi as my drivers as well as having Marussia as my constructor. Brazil is my circuit choice.
This looks really fun and I can’t wait to get started!5th March 2014, 20:15 at 8:15 pm #250863DaveParticipant
I see your selections. Nice one and good luck!!
Anybody else fancy joining this season then please feel free to select your team at: http://www.playf1game.com6th March 2014, 19:53 at 7:53 pm #250991
I think I’m going to need a lot more luck than yours if I’m going to win or even get on the podium! :)9th March 2014, 6:49 at 6:49 am #251310JeevanParticipant10th March 2014, 7:19 at 7:19 am #251400
Yes, but that just means you need to enter a password to join. You can find it towards the end of my first post but here it is again: letmein
See you there!10th March 2014, 17:29 at 5:29 pm #251456CalumParticipant
There is a generic prediction league here fairly simple but thought I’d put it up anyway
http://gppredictor.com/league/join/code/c1b0ebf9f404d55e2cb729f06eadb05210th March 2014, 18:01 at 6:01 pm #251460
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