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What's this site about?
F1-Fantasy.net, is an F1 Fantasy league web site where you bet on F1 results just for the fun of it!

How does it works?
Once you have registered, you will receive an e-mail reminder before each Grand-Prix week-end. You then have until 1 hour before the start of the Grand-Prix to log on to F1-Fantasy.net and predict which 10 drivers will cross the finish line in which order.

I recommend you check the qualifying results before doing so, as this is a good indication on who will perform well over the week-end.

Like the real championship, and in line with the changes introduced by the FIA for 2010, you score 25 points for the 1st place, 18 points for the 2nd place and so on, for each correct prediction. When you predict the correct driver but in the wrong finish order, you only score a fraction of the full points.

Once the Grand-Prix results are published, come back and see how much you scored compared to the other competitors. If you're not already registered, you can do so by clicking here.

What are the rules?
To check the rules in detail, please click here: 2014 F1-Fantasy.net rules.
F1 championship. You will also find on this website unofficial information about the F1 championship, the results, the drivers, the manufacturers.

What are the main changes for 2014?

Engine changes
The normally-aspirated 2.4-litre V8 engines are replaced with 1.6-litre V6 turbo charged engines. The new, leaner engines will make up the loss of power with the use of ERS (Entergy Recovery System).

From KERS to ERS
The new hybrid power units not only get an extra boost with the KERS system but also with a second electric motor using waste heat from the turbo charger. KERS used to produce 60 KW for 6.7 seconds a lap, it can now produce up to 150 KW for 30 seconds.

Fuel efficiency
Fuel is now limited to 100kg per race. Last year, fuel consumption was unlimited, but teams used 160kg per race on average.