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These are old rules for the 2001 FF1GP season which are no longer valid.
Welcome to the 2001 FF1GP Season
Fantasy Formula 1 Grand Prix (FF1GP) is a free online game for Formula 1 fans to play and enjoy.
To play, all you have to do is enter your team based on a selection of drivers and teams, and you score points based on how the real drivers and team do in each F1 race.
The FF1GP website also allows you to setup your own league so you can have your own little private competition between your friends or your colleagues at work.
There is a different scoring system depending on if you enter a Want to win FF1GP team.
You are permitted to enter up to a maximum of 4 FF1GP teams per account.
You can only enter one team type when entering your FF1GP team.
Want to win - For creating your ultimate F1 dream team.
There is a set budget for Want to win team types. When entering your FF1GP team you do not have to spend all your budget.
The budget for each team type is as follows.
Budget for each team type
Want to win teams
£ 36 million
Want to lose teams
£ 36 million
Rules for 'Want to win' team entries
General entry rules
You must select 2 different Formula 1 teams.
You must select 2 different Formula 1 drivers.
You cannot change your team and driver choices once you have entered your Fantasy Formula 1 Grand Prix team.
Your budget for selecting your Want to win team is:
£ 36 million
You must not exceed your budget when selecting your 2 teams and 2 drivers for your FF1GP team.
When you enter your Want to win FF1GP team, it will be entered automactically into the following leagues:
You may join any other leagues that allow Want to win teams, if they are open or you have the league joining password.
General scoring rules
Points are awarded for how well your drivers or teams in your Want to win Fantasy Formula 1 Grand Prix team did in the race and qualifying.
For a driver or team to score any points, a Driver must be classified as a finisher in the Formula 1 race by the FIA.
For the teams in your Fantasy Formula 1 Grand Prix team, only the highest finishing driver of that team is awarded any points.
Starting on pole position bonus.
If your driver or team qualifies to start on Pole Position for the race, you score an extra 1 point.
Points are awarded for the position your team or driver finishes in the race. It is the same scoring system as used by the Formula 1 championships set in 2001.
All other places
You get 1 point for each position you team or driver in your FF1GP team improves on his starting position.
So if your car starts 5th and finishes 2nd, you get a extra 3 points. But if you go back down the grid, (ie if you start in 2nd and finish 5th) you don't get any points, and also you do not lose any.
If your team or driver in your FF1GP team is moved up or down the grid by the FIA for any reason (Such as engine or gearbox changes penalties), the starting position is taken as the position your driver and team qualified in before being moved.
Fastest lap of the race
If one of your drivers or teams in your FF1GP team has the fastest lap of the race, you score 1 point.
If one of your drivers or teams in your FF1GP team starts off on Pole position, has the fastest lap of the race, and wins the race, you score 3 points.
If any of your drivers is disqualified at a race by the FIA for any reason, your overall team score will be penalised 5 points.
If one of your cars in one your teams is disqualified, your overall team score will be penalised 5 points.,
If all drivers in your selected team is disqualified, your overall team score will be penalised 10 points.