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1 year 256 days ago (Last edited by Leo Yeo 5 days ago)

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medal 5022
1 year 256 days ago (Last edited by Leo Yeo 89 days ago)
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Hosts:
LEO YEO

LUKE CHRISTOPHERS
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OFFICIAL Formula Zero

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This league is convenient for european people with time in the evening. It is considered by some to be the hardest FZ league overall.

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two days

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Formula Zero WEST

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This league runs races in the evening for westernly players. Late races for Europeans are possible with this league. Potentially has the hardest elite tier to win a champ in of both of the two main FZ leagues

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A spot in this FZ league is the most sought after in the FZ community. FZWC has a very active elite and pro tier with rookie making progress too. The league has the highest average pro & elite rep, making it a good place to go for xp, rp and learning new skills.

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FZO is a very different league to the ones typically seen in iGP. In this league it is forbidden to show up to races but players are still allowed to setup, do whatever strats they like, upgrade, buy staff and whatever else. Managers are still allowed to watch the race using guest accounts offering a unique feeling of tension as you are forced to let the race unfold unmanned!






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1 year 256 days ago (Last edited by Leo Yeo 96 days ago)
FACTS:

FZW fact->>>
Povi S is the only manager from FZW to win more than 4 consecutive elite championships. He reached 5 in FZW's 25th season.

FZ fact->>>
Peter S has the record for the most Manager of the Season awards (15).

FZ fact->>>
Hurmet L has the record for the most poles achieved in one season. She achieved 20 in S45 of OFZ

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Maynard K has the record for the most wins achieved in one season. He achieved 19 in S45 of OFZ

OFZ fact->>>
The last pro champion from OFZ to win an elite championship is Esko B who was the S23 pro champ almost 30 seasons ago.

FZ fact->>>
Only Peter S and has managed to win more than 3 MotS awards in a row.

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Peter S has the record for the most amount of wins, 16, in a season in the elite tier any FZ league. This was achieved in S45 of OFZ.

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Connor S has the record for the most amount of wins, 13, in a season in the elite tier of FZW. This was achieved in S37 of FZW

FZ fact->>>
OFZ's S28, 45 & 49 and FZW's S46 MotS vote are the only ones to have ended in a tie and consequently a re-vote to decide the final Manager of the Season.

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Hok 420 and Connor S have the record for the most FZW championship wins at 7.

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Joshua J has the record for the most elite wins in FZW, he's the only one with more than 90.

FZ fact->>>
Peter S has the record for the highest total of wins in 1 FZ league (the only one at 180+)

FZ fact->>>
Leo Y has the record for the highest total of elite FZ wins (200+)

FZ fact->>>
Peter S has the highest number of FZ championships at 25 (9 more than any other manager).

FZ fact->>>
Only Peter S and Leo Y have won both the elite OFZ and FZW championships in the same season.

FZ fact->>>
Only Leo Y has won a MotS award in both OFZ and FZW in the same season.

FZ fact->>>
Only Peter S, Leo Y, R360, Marc B, Esko B, Connor S, Luke C, Brian B, Luke A and Razvan D have won a OFZ and FZW championship.

FZ fact->>>
Only R360 and Peter S have been able to achieve more than 8 consecutive FZ championships.

(these facts refer to the OFZ, FZW & FZWC leagues)

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medal 5022
1 year 256 days ago (Last edited by Leo Yeo 15 days ago)
S58 ELITE OFZ write up
written by Cameron P

ROOKIE:

After positive performances throughout last season, William, Dyfed and Reno were looking to the first race in wet China for a great start in a promotion campaign. But it was Jamie who surprised the field by taking victory by 10 seconds with only a lvl 9 team! Reno and Dyfed followed him home, but William finished in a lowly 9th, behind Frank (Tommy V in disguise) in 8th, who was competing in his first race! Tommy/Frank carried his momentum into the next race in Europe, where he claimed a 1-2, well ahead of William and Milos behind him! However, it was a different situation in Singapore, and as the rain poured down Dyfed took the pole, helping to propel himself to 1st in the race itself, meaning we had 3 winners from the first 3 races! Tommy managed to get both his cars on the podium again, while Kyle managed to claim an excellent 5th. With their championship rivals slipping, Tommy and Dyfed were now more than 30 points ahead. And it was the championship leaders who came home first in Britain in a close race, Tommy finishing ahead of Dyfed, while William and Jamie battled for 3rd just behind, with William coming out on top.
William took the building momentum from his season into the Japanese GP, taking victory by over 3 seconds! Meanwhile, Tommy held on to 2nd and Milos to 5th with a 1 stop, and Jamie claimed the last podium position to boost his points total. But Jamie wasn’t satisfied with simply taking a podium as he charged to victory in Germany, breaking away from Tommy and William. And he won again in Belgium, this time getting both drivers on the podium, separated only by William! But he went one better in Australia, taking a 1-2 to leap into the lead of the championship ahead of Tommy, who couldn’t make the supersoft strategy work in his favour. In the championship fight in Italy, Jamie took a 2-3 to gain some significant points on Tommy, but neither took the victory. That honour went to Milos, who took his first OFZ win with an excellent performance!
After a few disappointing results, Tommy was right back on track in a wet Austria, capitalising on an excellent qualifying to take a 1-2 to gain points on the struggling Jamie, who finished 4th between Dyfed’s cars. And it was another excellent result for Tommy in Brazil, as he took a 1-2 ahead of Dyfed once more. It was a solid race for Panos, who took his first points! But OFZ is never a predictable league, and that proved to be the case as well in Turkey, as William edged to victory by 0.3 seconds from Jamie, who needed a good result, and came up with a 2-4 to gain points on Tommy! But Tommy returned the favour in Bahrain, taking a storming 1-2 ahead of Dyfed and the 1 stopping Milos, while Jamie could only manage 7th and 8th. But he was back with a bang in the USA, taking a dominant 1-2 well ahead of Dyfed, William and Kyle, while Tommy failed to score, tightening the championship fight once more!
Although Tommy performed much better in Spain, he couldn’t pull ahead of Jamie for the win, as the Irishman took a 1-3 to reduce the gap to 5 points. But it went the opposite direction in Mexico, as Tommy won to break away a slight amount from Jamie. And after the Malaysian race, we had a new championship leader; Jamie took a 1-2 to lead by 1 point with only 2 races to go. What a final couple of races swe were set for!
And despite qualifying below both Tommy and Dyfed in Hungary, Jamie pushed through the field to take a 1-2 by several seconds from Tommy. The gap was minimised by Tommy’s 3-4, but Jamie was still in the prime position going into the final race. He took the title in style in Canada, dominating the race, both cars finishing nearly 20 seconds ahead of Dyfed! 
This rookie season was one of the most entertaining in seasons, with so many teams challenging for wins and podiums at various times, never mind the championship going down to the wire. Congratulations to Jamie on winning the championship, and to Tommy for gaining promotion to pro, and taking the driver’s title! Well done to all the winners and podium sitters this season as well! Good luck to everybody for season 59, let’s make it as exciting as the last!
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Pro:

Juanito started season 58 as the favourite for the title after several wins in the previous season! And he backed this up with a wet-weather win in the first race in China, finishing ahead of both of Cameron’s cars by less than a second after a race long battle! There was again a battle for Juanito in Europe, but this time it was from Gary, who pushed him all the way, but eventually finished 2nd as Juanito took the victory. Coming home behind them was Cameron in 4th and 5th, while Felix scored a double points finish in 7th and 10th. The next race was Singapore, historically a handling circuit but even more so as the heavens opened. Juanito had the pace from the off, leading away to take a 1-2 well ahead of Cameron in 3rd. Felix equalled his best result of the season in 5th, but was close to taking 4th as Cameron’s second car crawled across the line after running out of fuel! It was a race to forget for Gary, as connection issues and a struggling strategy with his 2nd car limited him to only 9th, leaving him well adrift of the top 2. Could he bounce back?
He came back with pace in Britain, but he couldn’t stop Cameron from taking a 1-2 ahead of him! However, he did claim 3rd ahead of the championship leader Juanito. And it was Cameron who won again in Japan, holding off a late charge into 2nd from Felix on the opposite 2 stop strategy ahead of Ross, while Gary scored low and Juanito finished out of the points, allowing Cameron to jump into 1st in the championship! Juanito needed to react quickly, and he did exactly that, dominating the German race well ahead of Cameron and taking another 1-2 in Belgium ahead of the battling Gary and Felix to leapfrog back into the championship lead as Cameron scored 0!
But again the pendulum swung, and it was Cameron who took the winner’s trophy in Australia, opting for the supersoft strategy (Always xD), but Felix was very close to taking the victory, splitting the Ligier cars in 2nd! Juanito couldn’t finish in the points, allowing Cameron to take the championship lead, but by only 6 points! It was close for the other championship positions as well, as Felix’s great result meant he led Gary by 14 points. The Italian GP was a close-fought battle between Cameron and Juanito, with Cameron just coming home ahead of his rival! But determined to bounce back, Juanito utterly dominated in a wet Austria, again proving his wet weather prowess, leaving him and Cameron tied on points at the top of the table! It was a solid race for Tom, who took a much needed 5th and 6th. 
Despite his brilliant race in Austria, Juanito didn’t score in Brazil! This left the door wide open for Cameron to extend his championship lead, but Gary pushed him all the way, taking a double podium while Cameron finished 1st and 4th. But Juanito was back in Turkey, and he was back in style! After a drawn-out three way battle, he was able to break away from the chasing Cameron and Gary to finish in a stellar 1-2! He carried this momentum brilliantly into the next race in Bahrain, taking another 1-2 just ahead of Cameron’s cars to retake the lead of the championship by 5 points. It was the best race of the season for Luke, who took a very solid 5th. It was much closer in the USA for the top two, as Cameron split Juanito’s cars, but couldn’t quite snatch the victory, allowing Juanito to take another step towards the title.
The crucial moment came in Spain. Juanito pulled off an excellent race to claim yet another 1-2, but Cameron faltered, only claiming 7th to drop a large number of points. Cameron recovered slightly in Mexico, finishing 3rd as Gary took the win in dominant fashion to give himself a sizable advantage over Felix! With the championship fight really heating up, the circus travelled to a soaked Malaysia. After a lengthy battle, it seemed that Juanito would finish 1-3 and Cameron 2-4, allowing Juanito to make a steady gain in the championship. But Cameron underfueled, costing him 12 vital points! With the gap at 63 points with 2 races to go, surely the championship was won. Were there any more surprises in store for us?
It would take a considerable swing of points in Hungary for Cameron to challenge any further for the championship, and he did all that was needed, taking a 1-2 after a close battle with Juanito. But Juanito had done another to secure the title before the final race, finishing 3rd and 4th! The final race in Canada was not worthless however, as Cameron and Juanito could both still win the driver’s title. And after a drawn out battle throughout the race going down to the final lap, Cameron took the win, claiming the driver’s championship in the process! At the forefront of the chasing pack, Luke equalled his best finish of the season in 5th to secure 6th in the championship.
It was another exciting battle for the title in OFZ Pro, congratulations to Juanito and Cameron for gaining promotion and claiming a title each! Well done to all involved, it looks like it is going to be another great fight next season! It’s your turn Gary ;) Good luck to everybody for season 59!
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ELITE:

Season 57 had marked another dominant championship for Peter, and yet again the pre-season question was: Could anyone topple him? And Peter showed why he had won so many championships by starting the season in excellent fashion, winning ahead of Oliver, with Leo finishing in 4th behind Peter’s second car. And one of the points scorers was Gilberto straight after his promotion from Pro, a fantastic result on his first outing! The supersoft 2 stop was the way to go in Europe, as Peter took a 1-2, ahead of Joshua in 3rd and Leo behind him, while Povi took his first points of the season in 5th! There was another impressive performance from Gilberto, who came home just behind Hurmet in 7th.
A wet Singapore was the key to Peter failing to reach 3 wins in a row, as Oliver won ahead of Peter and Leo. It could well have been a 1-2 as well if not for Oliver’s second car taking the less favourable 2 stop strategy. In Britain, Peter didn’t manage to finish in the points in an exciting race, as Joshua won ahead of Hurmet and Junior, who took his first points of the season! In 7th, Smoky scored his first elite points! And it was another non-points scoring race for Peter in Japan, as his nap prevented him from setting up! In his absence, Nilvio stormed to a 1-2 ahead of Joshua and Leo, while Carl took a 5th position by making the 2 stop work. But Pesp was back in Germany, taking 1st and 3rd, only split by Oliver, while Leo took a strong haul of points in 4th and 5th. Peter took the momentum from this race to post another 1st place in Belgium, but he was only 0.6 seconds ahead of the 2nd placed Leo! It was a strong race for Nilvio, who finished 3rd and 4th, just ahead of Smoky achieving his best elite finish of 5th!
It was an extremely close race in Australia, as Peter took the victory just ahead of Gilberto and Carl, who almost made the 1 stop work! It was a great race for Rich as well, who took his first elite points in 8th! The super cup had begun in this race, and the match-up between Peter and Gilberto had provided excitement already, as Pesp won the first round by such a tight margin!
As usual, Italy was an extremely close race, with Nilvio taking an excellent victory ahead of Peter in 2nd and 3rd, ahead of Oliver and Leo. Races in Austria can be very close, but it isn’t usually the case in the wet. Oliver, Nilvio and Peter proved that completely wrong by all finishing within 0.587 seconds, in that order! This marked the end of the first round of the super cup, and there were no surprise exits apart from Carl, but Rogey managed to make the quarter-finals for the first time. And despite leading for a long period of the race, Peter couldn’t hold on for the victory in Brazil, as Leo stormed past on the final lap! However, it was still a solid points haul for the extremely consistent Peter, and it would take an incredible set of results from a rival to beat him. And he was back on top in Turkey, as nobody could stand in his way as he took an excellent 1-2! Leo was 3rd, with Gilberto claiming a great 4th and Nilvio coming home in 5th, despite starting from pole. And Peter nearly made the less popular 2 stop strategy successful in Bahrain, but Leo came home 0.4 seconds ahead! Leo also took the 3rd podium spot, while Taurz took an excellent 4th and 5th to score almost as many points as Peter! In the super cup, Leo and Peter cruised through, but it was tight in the other two matchups as Nilvio beat Oliver and Rogey beat Rich!
A S-M-S was the way to go in the USA, and it was Peter who utilised it most effectively, taking another win! Leo continued his excellent form in 2nd, while Oliver managed to bring his car home in 3rd. Peter again took victory in Spain, this time with a 1-2 just ahead of Gilberto. Leo managed to make it into 4th ahead of Hurmet, while Nilvio used the supersofts to surprising effect to take 6th. Peter took another impeccable 1-2 in Mexico with Leo, Hurmet and Joshua following behind! The super cup semis were completed, and we unsurprisingly had another Peter v Leo final!
But after several races of Pesp domination, a wet Malaysia conspired to create a different winner. Oliver used a great qualifying to take a 1-2 in tricky conditions, while Leo finished in 3rd to lock Peter off the podium and take a 1 - 0 super cup lead!
In Hungary, it was a close battle between Peter and Oliver, but in the end the champion won, with Oliver filling out the rest of the podium. It was a good day for Carl and Dave J, as they took 5th and 9th, which were Dave’s first points of the season and possibly enough to keep him up! But in Canada, there was a completely unexpected turn of events. Taurz his first win using a M-M 1 stop, dominating by 8 seconds! Peter retired with suspension failure with a couple of laps to go, allowing Nilvio and Oliver to fill out the rest of the podium, and Leo was able to take the super cup 2-1! And Rogey took an incredible 4th to knock Dave out of the elite tier at the last minute! (I’m excited just writing this, what a season finish!)
What a way to cap off what has been a fantastic season, which was only routine in deciding a champion! Congratulations to all involved, everybody made this elite season one of the most competitive on record. Well done to Peter for taking the championship, and to Leo for winning the super cup! Good luck to everybody for season 59, it’s sure to be a great one

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1 year 256 days ago (Last edited by Leo Yeo 15 days ago)
S50 ELITE FZW write up
written by Cameron P

ROOKIE:

After excellent performances for many teams throughout last season, Rookie Season 50 was shaping up well! But it was the new arrivals to the league who hit the ground running, as Tim won in China ahead of Jax in second while José, the other new manager, finished in 4th and 5th. It was wet in the following race in Japan, so it seemed like the 1 stop would be the way to go. But Jax pulled off a fantastic race to win by 15 seconds on the 2 stop! Tim managed to bring his car home in second, while José couldn’t quite get on the podium, but finished ahead of Kev in 6th. After taking a few races to get up to scratch, Kev performed well in Turkey to finish with a double podium, behind Racey who took his first win of the season! Despite this, Jax and Tim were over 25 points ahead of their rivals. 
Racey was on form again in Britain 19, taking another victory in a wet-dry race while Kev took another podium, closing in on the top teams. But José’s win and Tim’s 2nd got them back on track in the next Britain race, on the 09 circuit. Jax had dropped off the pace slightly since the start of the season, but recovered some points with 3rd and 5th. Austria was a wet race, allowing Kev to storm away to take a 1-2 and take the fight to the championship leaders! Whilst Tim and Jax finished further back in the harsh conditions, Juanito managed a sensational 3rd with a two stop strategy with a very new team!
After a poor showing in Austria, José was back on the pace in Hungary with an extremely close race, finishing ahead of Kev by only 0.2 seconds! But those two ,who had seemed so dominant in that race, were utterly beaten by Racey in Bahrain! On the 2 stop, he was able to streak away from the rest of the field to claim a heap of points. And Racey was yet again on form in Mexico, coming home ahead of Kev, while José couldn’t quite make the 1 stop work, so came home in 3rd. As José won in Singapore, he was able to hold 2nd place in the championship by 12 points from Tim and 22 points from Racey, setting us up for a great promotion fight!
And despite the 1-2 going to the championship leader Kev in Malaysia, the wet race gave the opportunity to Onna to take a maiden podium, despite joining after 6 races had already passed! As most of the promotion contenders struggled, it was a good opportunity for Hugo to claim 6th in his first race! But it was back to normal in the USA, and this time, Racey seemed to have the pace, storming from pole to the win, while Kev and José grabbed some crucial points on the podium. Kev responded excellently by taking victory in Italy, but not without a stubborn challenge from Juanito! Racey brought a car home in 3rd on a 2 stop, and it was a poor outing for José and Tim, who lost ground in the promotion fight. José bounced back in the best way possible, winning by almost 8 seconds in Germany, breaking away from the chasing cars of Kev and Tim, who had improved but was still needing some good results to bring him back in the promotion fight.
With a 1-2 in Brazil, Racey pulled himself into 2nd in the championship, as José managed a 3rd, but couldn’t keep his 2nd car ahead of Kev and Jax. But José struck back in Spain, taking victory on an audacious 1 stop ahead of Kev, who couldn’t reel him in during the final stint. This great points haul took José back into 2nd by only 7 points! Kev was all but mathematically secure in 1st, as 1 point in the rest of the season would be enough for him to take the title!
He took that point in Belgium, but not in 1st! The victory went to Tim, while in the battle for promotion, José finished in 3rd to increase his gap to Racey to 16 points with 2 races to go. He managed to increase this to a surely insurmountable 33 points in Europe, with a 3rd and a 9th, while the guaranteed champion Kev took the victory ahead of Jax! But it was extremely close in the final race, as Racey took a 1-3 with Kev in the middle, which would have propelled him into 2nd in the championship if not for José coming home in 5th! There was also an excellent finish for Juanito, who took 4th on a supersoft strategy.
Congratulations to everybody in rookie who provided us with a tight competition until the very end of the season! Well done to Kev on the title and to José for claiming promotion in his first season! Good luck for season 51!
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PRO:

After Mario’s and Luwisla’s recent dominance of FZW Pro, this new season was hopefully the time where we had a full fledged title fight. Mario and Eduardo were returning from Elite after being relegated, and looking to bounce back immediately. And Eduardo started the season in style, taking victory ahead of Diego in 2nd and 3rd, and Mario finishing just behind them. He followed this up with yet another win in Japan, coming home ahead of Abel, who was hoping to reach promotion this season after failing last time out. There was a mix of cars in the top 10, battling for points at each race. This season was looking exciting! It was Eduardo who once again won in Turkey, only just ahead of Mario and Daniel behind him, while the top 8 were separated by only 3.6 seconds! Eduardo had managed to pull out a 37 point gap to Diego, but the 2nd placed man was only 6 points ahead of Mario!
But it was Abel who won in Britain 09, breaking away on a 2 stop to come home well ahead of Eduardo and Mario. And he continued his resurgence in form in a sodden Austria, leading home his fellow Brazilians Mario and Diego. Eduardo managed 4th, but it was a disappointing points haul for the promotion contender. But Abel couldn’t make it three in a row in Hungary, as Mario’s 1 stop rewarded him with victory only 0.6 seconds ahead of Abel! And Mario took another win on the alternate strategy in Bahrain, flying to a win on a 2 stop ahead of Daniel’s cars, who pushed Abel’s supersoft-running car off the podium. It was another tricky race for Eduardo as he could only manage 5th, but a better result for him as he outscored Abel.
Abel again performed excellently with the supersoft strategy, coming 2nd in Mexico, but he couldn’t keep up with Mario, who stormed to a 6 second victory to solidify his position at the top of the table. And the run continued into Singapore, as Abel couldn’t quite push past Mario’s leading car. It was a solid race for Daniel in 3rd and 4th, but surely he was too far off to realistically challenge for promotion this season?
It seemed like too much, as in the next race in a wet Malaysia, he finished well down the order. Abel nearly made the two stop work, but Bruno again kept his first car ahead to win! It was the same story in the USA, as Bruno won by 11 seconds! It was a better race for Eduardo, as he split Abel’s cars to finish on the podium.
But in Italy, the 6 race streak for Bruno came to an end, as Eduardo took an unprecedented 1-2, just when he needed it! Abel finished down in 5th, behind the cars of Bruno and Daniel, allowing Eduardo to leapfrog Abel for 2nd in the championship, ahead by 10 points! Despite missing out the race before, Bruno was back on form in Germany, winning ahead of Abel and Eduardo, as G Cooper took a strong result in 4th in what had been a poor season for the American. Determined to extend his lead over Abel for promotion, Eduardo took the victory in Brazil! Bruno was only half a second behind, with Abel in 3rd. Despite taking the win, Eduardo only stretched his lead by another 8 points, to bring the gap to 20! However, this increased to a further 24 points in the Spanish GP, as Eduardo snatched a 3rd place, behind the dominant cars of Bruno but crucially ahead of Daniel!
In Belgium, Eduardo recorded another crucial result for his promotion hopes, winning by 2.7 seconds from Bruno in 2nd and 4th, who couldn’t hold off Abel for 3rd. Abel struck back with a win in Europe ahead of Eduardo and Bruno, but only scored 9 more points than his promotion rival, meaning he had to gain another 27 points for promotion to elite! And Eduardo made absolutely sure that he would be promoted, taking 1st and 4th in the final race in Canada, winning from Bruno by 0.3 seconds! Abel finished in 3rd to round off what had still been a very successful season for him, taking several wins.
It was an exciting competition throughout the season, with Bruno breaking away to win the pro title once more! Well done to Eduardo and Abel for providing a solid challenge throughout the season. The future looks bright for FZW Pro, good luck to everybody for Season 51!
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ELITE:

After several seasons of SB championships, would any team be able to challenge him heading into the 50th FZW season? Connor was straight out of the blocks in China, winning by less than half a second from Richard, who scored the most points in the opening race. Luwisla (now called Frederic Vasseur) achieved a podium finish in her first elite race as well! Richard took the win in a wet Japanese race ahead of Connor, while Noah took his first FZW points in 4th! It was another bad race for SB, who was struggling to get going at the start of this season. Meanwhile, Connor leapfrog Richard for the lead of the championship with a 1-3 finish in Turkey as his rival failed to score, while Luwisla prevented the first 1-2 of the season by finishing 0.006 seconds ahead of Connor’s second car. It had been an electrifying start to the season for the top 2, as Connor was 21 points ahead of Richard, who himself was 26 points ahead of their nearest rival in Luwisla.
And Connor collected another excellent result in the first British race of the season, an extremely close fight with Luwisla, with the top 4 cars being separated by less than a second! It was a tricky race for Richard and SB, who lost large amounts of points on their rivals. In the following race in Britain, Luwisla pulled off a masterclass in how to do an alternate strategy, taking the victory on a 1 stop to hold back the charging cars of Connor, SB and Richard. The race also marked the end of the first round of the super cup, which went without any major shocks, with Jarno’s and Dave’s eliminations being the most unusual from all the match ups.
Onto Austria, which was pouring with rain, on the same day as the Styrian GP qualifying irl! Dyfed was able to take full advantage of an incredible qualifying to finish in 2nd and 7th, only beaten to victory by Leo, who took a much-needed win in the title fight! It was also a solid race for Richard and Joshua, who finished ahead of Connor, who had to recover from a difficult qualifying of 12th and 15th. It was a similar story for him in Hungary, as he scored only 4 points, allowing Leo to gain a massive number of points on him by taking a 1-3. Luwisla was able to gain some great points with 2nd, hoping to be in contention for the title, or at least the top 3 as she continued to close in on Richard. Connor was back on the podium with 2nd in Bahrain, but still lost out to Leo by 0.3 seconds. The Frenchman had hit a rich vein of form! After a slight rough patch, Connor and Richard seemed to be getting back on track. But speaking of recoveries from bad form, SB ran away from the pack in Mexico to take a victory that he really needed! A non-score from Connor allowed Leo to make yet another great points gain with 2nd and 3rd. In the super cup, the quarter finals had now been completed! The top 4 in the championship all went through to the semis, but it was by no means straightforward, as Leo took out SB and Luwisla edged out Joshua. In the super cup b, it was looking good for Adam and Jarno as they dominated their opponents!
Singapore was another storming race for SB, as he diced with Leo for the victory before eventually pulling away on the final lap. It was a better race for Connor, who finished in 4th and 6th, split only by Joshua. But Malaysia was another tricky wet race for Connor as he only managed 8th, while Leo charged to a 1-2! SB and Luwisla couldn’t quite keep up, but they still gathered good points in 3rd and 4th, finishing just ahead of Noah, who finished very well in 5th. In the USA, Connor was back to try and close in on the title, but Leo took another fantastic victory, using the 2 stop to his advantage. However, Connor still scored more points with 2nd and 4th, and it could have been more if not for Richard splitting his cars for the final podium position! In Italy, the strategy for most was absolutely the same, and this time Connor came out with the victory. It was incredibly close, as he won by only 0.081s, and his 2nd car was only 0.222s behind! In the super cup semi finals, Leo beat Luwisla by a fairly convincing margin of 14-7, and it was the same for Connor as he beat Richard 15-6, setting us up for another Leo v Connor final! In the super cup b, Adam and Jarno convincingly won their semis, matching them up for the final.
As we reached the final few races of the season, it was becoming evident that there were two big battles for position in the championship; for the title between Leo and Connor, and for 3rd between Luwisla, Richard and SB. And SB showed he wanted to maximise what was left of this season, taking an excellent 1-4 to overtake Richard in the standings! Connor’s 2nd place just ahead of Leo in 3rd was enough to allow him to gain on his rival, and he beat Leo with both cars in Brazil to not only gain in the championship, but to take a 6 - 1 lead in the super cup final! He didn’t take the win in the race though, as that went to Luwisla pulling off an excellent supersoft strategy, but she lost a 1-2 due to underfueling one car! SB and Joshua came home just behind Connor’s 2nd place car to record some vital points. Luwisla’s win brought her closer to SB, but she hadn’t quite overtaken him. But she managed to take 3rd in the following race in Spain, snatching 12 points in 4th position. It was an even better day in the office for Connor, who took a stunning 1-2 ahead of Leo to extend his championship lead! It was even better for Connor as he repeated the feat in Belgium to not only dominate the super cup final 18 - 3, but also to take an incredible 71 point lead over Leo!
Connor continued his red-hot form into Belgium, storming to another 1-2 ahead of SB! Luwisla came home in 4th to make sure that SB did not gain very many points on her in the battle for 3rd. And in Europe, she came home in 2nd to virtually ensure that she would finish in 3rd! It was another excellent win for Connor, while Leo managed to claim 3rd on the supersofts. After finishing 5th, Richard closed up to SB in the battle for 4th. But in the final race, he couldn’t claim enough points to pip SB to the post! It was a close win for Leo to round off his solid season, with Connor just behind rounding off the podium in his final FZW race!
Well done to all for providing us with some excellent races throughout the season, particularly Connor, Leo, Luwisla, SB and Richard! Congratulations to Connor for winning a title to finish his time in FZW in style, we wish you the best in OFZ! Good luck to everybody for season 51!

NOTICE: Unfortunately I won’t be doing the FZW write ups from now on, due to time constraints as lockdown eases. If anybody wants to take them on, just let Leo know!

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medal 5022
1 year 255 days ago (Last edited by Leo Yeo 120 days ago)
To see more write ups and join in with FZ's post race chat, click here:
https://discord.gg/VMUTuSG

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medal 4783
1 year 120 days ago (Last edited by Leo Yeo 1 year 118 days ago)

On the 13th of April, Formula Zero finally reached it's 1000th running of a GP, if you missed it, you can still watch the elite GP on YouTube now. Below are some of the most interesting race related stats the FZ leagues' players have to offer!

FZW:


OFZ:

FZ:



*1000 time FZ has run a rookie, pro or elite OFZ/FZW GP
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medal 4783
1 year 118 days ago (Last edited by Leo Yeo 1 year 111 days ago)
Watch FZ's 1000th GP from the pov of a 12 time FZ champion, Leo Y* / / /
Who won FZ's most historic GP? There's only one way to find out!

*Despite the account name, Leo is managing the team for this GP
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medal 5022
364 days ago (Last edited by Leo Yeo 364 days ago)
Watch the entirety of FZ's first 2 fully uploaded to Youtube seasons right here!
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medal 5273
288 days ago
This league is the coolest!
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medal 5022
145 days ago
He did well
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medal 5567
143 days ago
Hello everyone. Is there any "transfer window" for leaving league without penalties? Because I want to join FZ, so I need to cancel participating in current competition. Season is over there now, I am promoted from rookie to pro but I want to join here.. So when is the best time for that? 
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medal 6473
143 days ago

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Hello everyone. Is there any "transfer window" for leaving league without penalties? Because I want to join FZ, so I need to cancel participating in current competition. Season is over there now, I am promoted from rookie to pro but I want to join here.. So when is the best time for that? 

Any time, the penalty isn't much.


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medal 5567
142 days ago
Thank you, then I will come on Sunday when season ends 
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medal 5022
142 days ago
Can't wait to see you on track!
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medal 6085
97 days ago
Formula Zero Prestige Winners:

Season 1) Joshua Johnson
Season 2) Tariq Essop
Season 3) Simon DBA
Season 4) Joshua Johnson
Season 5) Joshua Johnson
Season 6) Tariq Essop
Season 7) Luke Christophers 

Most Championships:

1) Joshua Johnson - 3
2) Tariq Essop - 2
3) Simon DBA -1
4) Luke Christophers - 1
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medal 4968
77 days ago (Last edited by Luke Christophers 15 days ago)
Formula Zero World Cup - Super Cup Statistics:


Seasons held:
4 (S69, S70, S71, S72)

Most wins:
1. Tommy Vercetti (Sunshine Auto Racing) = 2 (S69, S72)
2. Casju21 Casju21 (Caspar) = 1 (S70)
2. Luke Christophers (The Original CHR Motorsport) = 1 (S71)

Finalist:
1. Curtis Currier (Mazdaspeed) = 2 (S71, S72)
2. Luke Christophers (The Original CHR Motorsport) = 1 (S69)
2. Povi S (Scuderia Ferrari) = 1 (S70)

3rd Place Play Off Winner:
1. Casju21 Casju21 (Caspar) = 2 (S69, S72)
2. Tommy Vercetti (Sunshine Auto Racing) = 1 (S70)
2.  Povi S (Scuderia Ferrari) = 1 (S71)

Semi- Finalists:
1. Povi S (Scuderia Ferrari) = 1 (S69)
1. Luke Christophers (The Original CHR Motorsport) = 1 (S70)
1. Kuba Sikora (SIKI GP Team) = 1 (S71)
1. Dave Jaffa (JaffaPix F1) = 1 (S72)

Quarter- Finalists:
1. Dave Watts (Goodison Racing) = 4 (S69, S70, S71, S72)
2. Kamil Kog (fiat multipla) = 2 (S69, S71)
2. Salty Dragons (Dazz F1 Team) = 2 (S71, S72)
3. Dar Bri (Sky Rocket) = 1 (S69)
3. Rui Freitas (Chow Racing) = 1 (S69)
3. Dave Jaffa (JaffaPix F1) = 1 (S70)
3. Kuba Sikora (SIKI GP Team) = 1 (S70)
3. Ho Cho (Eagle7) = 1 (S70)
3. Tommy Vercetti (Sunshine Autos Racing) = 1 (S71)
3. Joe Gibbs (Knights Racing) = 1 (S72)
3. Noel Edmonds (Jordan F1) = 1 (S72)

SuperCup Rankings:

1. Tommy Vercetti (Pls Fix The Pits)                                               2. Luke Christophers (The Original CHR Motorsport)

3. Casju21 Casju21 (Caspar)                                                          4. Curtis Currier (Mazdaspeed)

5. Povi S (Williams)                                                                        6. Kuba Sikora (SIKI GP Team)

7. Dave Jaffa (JaffaPixF1).                                                             8. Dave Watts (Goodison Racing)

9. Salty Dragons (Dazz F1 Team)                                                  10. Kamil Kog (fiat multipla)

11. Dar Bri (Sky Rocket Racing)                                                    12. Joe Gibbs (Knights Racing)

13. Rui Freitas (Chow Racing)                                                       14. Noel Edmonds (Jordan F1)

15. Martijn Riet (Toyota Riet IGP Team)                                         16. Cameron Pollock (Ligier F1)

17. VP Prad (Pink Pythons)                                                           18. Ho Cho (Eagle7)

19. Miha Igra (Polanic Racing)                                                       20. Gary Thorpe (GT Racing)

21. Juanito Jones (Guava Motorsport Team)                                   22. Neil Clements (Big Ted Rocket Racing)

23. Fleya Leg (Genta Racing)                                                        24. Marcin Gil (Studentex)                                          

25. Nuno Faria (NVF Racing Team)               

*Supercup Rankings are based on win percentage in each round

Link to Super Cup: https://bit.ly/FZWCcup

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medal 6724
77 days ago
Thanks Luke for helping us hold our first ever FZ Super Cup, shamelessly inspired by William Robert's take on Super Cup for F1 World iGP but with our own FZ twist! Hopefully it continues to be a feature loved by our players! 👍
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medal 5390
75 days ago
Best promotion display ever
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medal 5022
74 days ago
Thanks Aulia! I think recently league hosts have really stepped up their game with their promotion and it's nice to see! At FZ we always do our best to show the most useful information in the most simple but effective way possible!
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