ALFA Fantasy 2013

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Fantasy Formula 1 and MotoGP: Rules

Your Entries

Each user may pick an entry consisting of ...

up to the designated financial limit. Users may have a maximum of 3 entries for each system. 

TWO systems will be in use this year, following a successful trial in 2012.

System A (Standard Fantasy) - as previous years - 3 entries to get best score

System B (Reverse Fantasy - object is to lose) - 3 entries to achieve the lowest score. Entries will be Nos 4 to 6 - note the Bonus Points below

No user can have exactly the same set as someone else, so it’s a first come – first served system. Hopefully any clash of entries will be very small (due to the high number of combinations), and therefore a change of joker can easily be used to separate users entries. For each entry you have a total of £75M to spend. A printable entry form can be found HERE

Variable Team Sizes - MotoGP

Where there are more (or less) than the “standard” 2 riders per team, then the price given has already been adjusted to allow for the increased/reduced points potential

Points system:

Finishing points are awarded using the official final FIA/FIM results for each race taken from either or as appropiate.

For each race, points will be added (Qualifying, Finishing, Bonus, Completion, Improvement and Fastest Lap – see sections below) for ...

Subtitute Drivers

When new drivers are subtituted during the season, the driver table will be updated with the new drivers, and the pricing will show zero. The subtitute drive does not contibute points to the outgoing drivers total, but they are used in the points for the team.

Wild Cards

Additional WIld card riders that may be used will count if they are part of an offical team, for the purpose of the team score (naturally the rest of the team will have to fall off for them to be useful...)

Qualifying Points:

Position is the official grid start position at race day, after any adjustments or penalties, following the qualifying. If a vehicle choses to start from the pit lane (because it is being repaired, etc.), the published grid position still stands.

Position Points
1st 12 points
2nd 9 points
3rd 8 points
4th 7 points
5th 6 points
6 5 points
7 4 points
8 3 points
9 2 points
10 1 point

Finishing Points:

Points for finishing are awarded according to the official FIA/FIM points system. The positions are as posted on the web sites, after any penalties have been resolved.

Position Car Points Bike Points
1st 25 points 25 points
2nd 18 points 20 points
3rd 15 points 16 points
4th 12 points 13 points
5th 10 points 11 points
6 8 points 10 points
7 6 points 9 points
8 4 points 8 points
9 2 points 7 points
10 1 point 6 points
11 0 points 5 points
12 0 points 4 points
13 0 points 3 points
14 0 points 2 points
15 0 points 1 points

Bonus Points:

For every £1m you spend less than your budget you will be awarded 2 bonus points for every race of the season.  There is no facility to overspend.

For Teams 1 to 3 - Only applies up to a maximum of £10m - ie. a max of 20 points per race

For Teams 4 to 6 - Applies for the full underspend.

Completion Bonus:

Each classified finisher (completing 90%-100% race distance) will score 5 points; every finisher completing between 50-89.99% race distance will score 2 points. Only whole laps will be used in the calculation.

Race Improvement Bonus:

One point for every place gained from the official start grid position to the official finish position.

Fastest Race Lap Bonus:

Five points for the fastest lap in the race