Runners and Riders Fantasy Grand Prix 2018

25 Years of Fantasy F1

MONZA, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 07:  Felipe Massa of Brazil and Williams drives during the F1 Grand Prix of Italy at Autodromo di Monza on September 7, 2014 in Monza, Italy.  (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images)

Congratulations Mark Petersen's 'Cannon Fodder' - 2018 RnR Champion

 
Driver
Chassis
Engine
Car 1
Max Verstappen
Renault
Alfa Romeo
Car 2
Carlos Sainz
Ferrari
Honda
Max Verstappen scored :- 25 for completing 55 of 55 laps 15 for finishing in position 3 Renault scored :- from chassis number 55 25 for completing 55 of 55 laps 8 for finishing in position 6 Alfa Romeo scored :- from chassis number 16 25 for completing 55 of 55 laps 6 for finishing in position 7 Carlos Sainz scored :- 25 for completing 55 of 55 laps 8 for finishing in position 6 Ferrari scored :- from chassis number 5 25 for completing 55 of 55 laps 18 for finishing in position 2 Honda scored :- from chassis number 28 24 for completing 54 of 55 laps Total Points: 204

2018 RnR Awards

Position
Owner
Team
Prize
1st
Mark Petersen
'Cannon Fodder'
US$268.75
2nd
Jesse Darrow
'SawhorsePower'
US$193.50
3rd
Ron Levanduski
'Scon Did Racing'
US$161.25
4th
Barbara Karmelowicz
'blue lite racing'
US$139.75
5th
Ron Levanduski
'Das Boot'
US$96.75
6th
Henry Fong
'94 Doesn't Count'
US$75.25
7th
John Cannan
'Parrothead 2018'
US$64.50
8th
Gian-Piero Maccagno
'Forza Maccagno'
US$43
9th
Elura Fink
'ELF Racing'
US$21.50
10th
Jan Stiger
'Phatchance'
US$10.75
Last
John Walsh
'Super Santander 1'
FREE 2019 Entry
$125 Contest
Mike & Nicky Trotti
Scuderia Frega
US$125
Results are final

Winner of the US$125 Contest - Mike & Nicky Trotti's 'Scuderia Frega'

The highest, single race score
Race
Highest Scoring Team
Score
Australia
Dave McCarthy's 'PDM F1 Logic'
190
Bahrain
Mike & Nicky Trotti's 'Scuderia Frega'
239
China
Bob Fink's 'wackie Jackie'
226
Azerbaijan
Christian Petersen's 'Tickle me Elmo'
219
Spain
Ron Levanduski's 'Das Boot'
207
Spain
Bob Fink's 'wackie jackie'
207
Monaco
Bob Fink's 'wackie Jackie'
218
Canada
Mark Petersen's 'Cannon Fodder'
207
France
Ron Levanduski's 'Das Boot'
207
Austria
Neil K Peterson's 'Peterson Motorsports'
226
Great Britain
Travis Greenawalt's 'Go Quick'
197
Germany
Jan Stiger's 'Phatchance'
204
Hungary
Barb Karmelowitz' 'blue lite racing'
205
Belgium
Ted Bauer's 'Team Skeeter'
205
Italy
Barb Karmelowicz' 'blue light racing'
200
Singapore
Neil K Peterson's 'Peterson Motorsports'
206
Russia
Ron Levanduski's 'Das Boot'
209
Japan
Ron Levanduski's 'Das Boot'
188
United States
Mark Petersen's 'Cannon Fodder'
208
Mexico
Liam Greenawalt's 'That Team'
209
Brazil
Ron Levanduski's 'Das Boot'
209
Abu Dhabi
Barb Karmelowicz' 'blue light racing'
208

 

Attention Charles Haas' 'Lickit - y - Spilt' & John Walsh's 'Super Santander 1'

#31 Esteban Ocon given 5 second time penalty for leaving the track and gaining an advantage

Attention Jane Darrow's 'Co-driver mom', Bob Fink's 'pennsyltuckie speeders', Joe Friel's 'Midget love', Charles Koury's 'King Racing', Joe Sheehan's 'La Rascasse Brunch Club', & M&N Trotti's 'Scuderia Frega'

#14 Fernando Alonso given three 5 second time penalties for leaving the track and gaining an advantage

2019 RnR Timeline

Sunday, March 3, 2019 - RnR Preview
Sunday, March 9, 2019 - RnR Entry Opens
Saturday, March 16, 2019 - RnR Entry Closes
Sunday, March 17, 2019 - Australian Grand Prix

2017 Driver, Chassis & Engine Data

Cost vs Value, Points Scored & Points per $M

The 101 Point Deficit

'Final Optimum' v 'Cannon Fodder'

Often Wrong, But Never In Doubt

by Gian-Piero Maccagno

Award

The 'School's Out, So Fuck You Award' by acclamation must go to the retiring Fernando ALONSO.
The number 14 McLaren was classified 11th at the finish after three, count 'em three 5 second penalties for leaving the track and gaining an advantage.
I'm sure it was part of Zak BROWN's "Go Forward Strategy" at McLaren to suggest on team radio that if the Spaniard tried just that little bit harder he could pass Kevin MAGNUSSEN for 10th adding one more to his career total.
The hero of Oviedo came back quoting the exact number of F1 points he had scored (1899). Adding that one more wasn't going to impact his legacy.
Sorry McLaren.
Endearing till the end.
Back-to-back drivers and constructors championships needs no further comment. By the numbers. LEWIS HAMILTON won it all with 10 wins, 11 poles, 8 fastest laps for 381 points. NICO ROSBERG had a good season with 6 wins, 7 poles, 5 fastest laps for 322 points but lots of them were gathered when the season was off boil, the championship already won. Going into the third season with the same rules normally sees the field bunch up as the learning curve flattens. That doesn't’t seem to be the case with Mercedes in 2016. They were not the fastest in testing. Certainly near the top of the field. But the number of laps they put in! Triple race distance; no problem. Both cars ran like metronomes, clicking in the laps. Toto Wolff was telling the world ‘Ya, we have the speed. But we work on the reliability’. Unless his hip-hop career interferes Lewis looks to repeat. Sadly, Nico just doesn’t seem to be able to take that last step. If he does and a real fight at the front develops, head games and all, we could be in for a barn-burner of a se

RNR 2018 Results (ABU DHABI & FINAL)

  • 1. Cannon Fodder
  • 2. SawhorsePower *
  • 3. Scon Did Racing
  • 4. blue light racing
  • 5. Das Boot
  • 6. 94 Doesn't Count *
  • 7. Parrothead 2018
  • 8. Forza Maccagno
  • 9. ELF Racing
  • 10. Phatchance
  • * Won on 1st Tie-Breaker

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