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2 years 247 days ago (Last edited by Leo Yeo 11 hours ago)
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Welcome fellow IGPans, to Formula Zero's thread...
Here you can ask me for help or more info or spread the message our league promotes: staying active.


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Over here we only have two rules:


  • Don't spend over 5 days offline

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medal 5000
2 years 247 days ago (Last edited by Leo Yeo 207 days ago)
Leagues info
Hosts:
LEO YEO

LUKE CHRISTOPHERS
NILVIO SALLI
ATOXIC BOMB


OFFICIAL Formula Zero

MTWTFSS at 16:00
50% race distance igp-car 2 cars per team 2.0x race speed
RookieProElite
Teams141214
Reputation515655205504
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This league is convenient for European people with time in the evening. It is considered by most to be the hardest FZ league overall.

EOS break length:
two days

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Formula Zero WEST

MTWTFSS at 20:30
50% race distance igp-car 2 cars per team 2.0x race speed
RookieProElite
Teams141515
Reputation513154465491
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This league runs races in the evening for westernly players. Late races for Europeans are possible with this league. FZWs usually has the most casual racing style of all of the online FZ leagues

EOS break length:
two days

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Formula Zero WORLD CUP

MTWTFSS at 19:30
50% race distance igp-car 2 cars per team 2.0x race speed
RookieProElite
Teams141316
Reputation508552415567
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FZWC has a very active elite and pro tier with rookie making progress too. The league usually has the highest average pro & elite rep, making it a good place to go for xp, rp and learning new skills.

EOS break length:
two days

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Formula Zero Ultimate Racing

MTWTFSS at 19:00
75% race distance igp-car 2 cars per team 2.0x race speed
RookieProElite
Teams121316
Reputation507552175444
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A spot in this FZ league is the most sought after in the FZ community. FZUR is the only 75% distance league FZ has to offer and the only non-50% distance online league making it a unique pick over the others. Perfect for those who can race in the evenings and love the unique strategies the distance has to offer!

EOS break length:
two days

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Formula Zero Offline

MTWTFSS at 22:00
100% race distance igp-car 2 cars per team 2.0x race speed
RookieProElite
Teams141317
Reputation508854355410
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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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medal 5000
2 years 247 days ago (Last edited by Leo Yeo 130 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).

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The S62 OFZ pro championship still had 4 managers in contention for the title by the finale.

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Hurmet L has the record for the most poles achieved in one season. He 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.

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OFZ S63 (FZW S55/FZWC S25) is the only season in which the OFZ, FZW and FZWC MotS winners were all pro managers.

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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, 66 & 68, FZW's S46 and FZWC's S22 MotS votes are the only ones to have ended in a tie and consequently a re-vote to decide the final Manager of the Season. The highest number of tied managers is 3.

FZW fact->>>
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 5000
2 years 247 days ago (Last edited by Leo Yeo 278 days ago)
S62 ELITE OFZ write up
written by Cameron P


For this season of Official Formula Zero, Peter S was targeting an incredible 20th consecutive elite title! Due to that record, his wins had become the usual, even if the quality of the victories had not dropped at all. Just as the question is asked before every season; Could anyone topple the most dominant champion of FZ?
It was certainly an unconventional start, with Peter only managing 3rd position by committing to the 1 stop, while Joshua and Hannu battled for the lead, but it was the American who took the spoils, but it was a great day for Hannu with his first podium! Hurmet scored well with 4th and 6th, while Tommy took a solid 7th to kick start his season! But Peter was back on top in Belgium, taking a dominant 1-2 ahead of Oliver and Joshua, all on the softs while the supersofts struggled on a track where it had previously been the winning strategy. The result was enough to put Peter into the lead of the championship, but there were still plenty of races to go for the challenging pack to make their mark!
Forward to the Spanish GP, and it was Peter on the top step to take his second win in a row, ahead of Nilvio and Oliver, who had made a good start to the season. Joshua was able to take 5th ahead of Hurmet, who hadn’t scored a podium yet this season! And that wouldn’t change for the Malaysian GP, where a wet battle between a 1 stop or a 2 stop on inters raged, and the 1 stop was victorious in the form of Peter, who took 1st and 3rd with the 2 stopping Oliver in the middle. It was an excellent race for Tommy and Jamie, who took 5th and 7th respectively on the 1 stop, taking full advantage of the damp to pull in a great points haul!
But after 3 consecutive wins, Peter’s streak would come to an end in a drenched Russia, where Oliver strode home to victory by 9.2 seconds! Peter would take the other podium positions, while Taurz had a fantastic race to grab 4th, beating Hurmet and Oliver’s second car! And was another different winner in Japan, as Hannu continued a great season with 1st and 6th to haul in a huge chunk of points! Peter was 2nd and 4th, while Junior had a great race to take a podium with 3rd! It wasn’t as strong from Oliver as in Russia, but he was still able to score solid points in 5th. Onto USA, and Peter pulled out an undefeatable 3 second to beat Oliver to the win, but his rival scored 2nd and 3rd, while Jamie drove a fantastic race to claim 4th place, ahead of Peter’s 2nd car!
The race in Bahrain marked the first race in the super cup for this season, and Peter made sure he would have taken a point regardless of his match up, taking a dominant 1-2 ahead of Joshua and Taurz. Nilvio was 6th ahead of Hannu as they both went 1 - 0 up in their fixtures! And in the following race in Italy, Peter took a 1-2 by 1 second, a decently large gap for the Italian GP! Junior and Taurz had another strong outing, finishing 3rd and 4th ahead of Oliver.
In France, Oliver took pole position, and was hoping to use it to prevent Peter from taking a 4th victory in a row. But the reigning champion prevailed once more, coming home just ahead of Nilvio, who filled out the podium as Oliver had to settle for 4th. The race marked the end of the first round of super cup matches, and there was one main surprise; Hurmet was out, beaten by Taurz after his great streak of results! As usual, the quarter finals were set up to be more exciting, the highlight being Joshua v Oliver!
We were getting settled into the season, and expecting Peter to win had become almost a formality (Even I’m expecting it looking through the results :joy:). But Junior would put a stop to the winning streak, pulling off an incredible 1 stop strategy to beat Peter to victory in Brazil! Peter still took an impressive haul of points in 2nd and 3rd, while Oliver took 4th just ahead of Joshua to go 1 - 0 up in the super cup! But Peter was immediately back on the top step in Monaco, turning a 1-2 on the grid into the same result at the end of the race! Nilvio was an impressive 3rd after qualifying only 8th and 9th, while Oliver finished 4th ahead of Hurmet and Joshua. The next race in Singapore was due to be the 13th race of the season, but perhaps due to the number (unlucky? :joy:) technical difficulties struck and forced the GP to be cancelled. Therefore at the end of the super cup round, Taurz and Nilvio would face each other in the semi finals, while Peter and Oliver would do the same!
In Germany, Peter would only need to score 17 points to guarantee the championship with 5 races to spare, and he did so in style, taking a dominant 1-2 ahead of Joshua and Hurmet! After his poor start to the season, Hurmet had started to claim more points as we reached the latter stage of the season, possibly setting us up for a battle for 3rd in the championship late on! Even after securing his 20th consecutive championship in style, Peter wasn’t going to let off the gas. He stormed to another 1-2 in Australia, beating both Nilvio and Hurmet, while Joshua and Oliver finished in 7th and 8th to collect some points for their respective championship campaigns. In the super cup, Peter and Nilvio had secured victory in their semi final fixtures, setting them up for another final face off!
But Peter wouldn’t be winning every race until the conclusion of the season, as Joshua pulled off an excellent 1 stop to snatch victory from the champion’s hands. However as always the Dane was still high up the table, finishing in 2nd and 3rd ahead of Hurmet. It was once again an extremely close finish, with the top 10 separated by only 4.1 seconds! It wouldn’t be so close in the following race in China, as Peter took another dominant 1-2, but this time Hurmet was on the podium to claim some valuable points, edging out Joshua for the position as they both finished ahead of Oliver! And Hurmet’s strong finish to the season was shown in it’s full effect in Hungary with a win and 3rd in the wet, as Peter finished in 2nd and 4th. It was a surprisingly normal set of results for a wet race, but Junior and Tommy managed to jump into the points to end a small drought for them. Despite not winning, the 2nd place meant that Peter had taken victory in the super cup, adding another trophy to his cabinet!
And so we travelled to Azerbaijan for the final race of the season, and it seemed only fitting that Peter would round off this incredible season with another 1-2 to reach 657 points, finishing ahead of Nilvio, Oliver and Hurmet. Despite the lack of closeness in the championship battle, it was relatively close behind, as Oliver claimed second, with Hurmet pipping Joshua to 3rd in the late races of the season!
Congratulations to Peter for such a dominant season, and on winning the super cup! The season was an extremely competitive one throughout the field, with some really fantastic races! Well done to everyone who made this season excellent, we look forward to the next one!

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medal 5000
2 years 247 days ago (Last edited by Leo Yeo 278 days ago)
S54 ELITE FZW write up
written by Juanito J


After enjoying his 1st FZ Elite title on S53, Jarno was determined to make it a 2nd consecutive championship win as he started S54 by taking a 1-2 in the season opener at GB 19! Juanito managed a 3-4 ahead of Richard’s cars while Joshua failed to score. It was a great start from Jay and Jas as they finished 8th and 9th, respectively. Super managed to take a double points finish with a 7th and 10th to complete the top 10 for the 1st time this season!

The “Crazy” Italian was once again on the top 2 steps! He dominated Malaysia for the 2nd consecutive season and finished 4.5s clear of Richard on 3rd! Dave and Noah also entered the top 10 for the 1st time this season on 6th and 7th, respectively. In France, Jarno managed to win and take 3rd, but Juanito denied him 2nd by just 0.02s! Dave also had a great performance to take 4th and 10th! Joshua and Richard manage to double score while Jay got his 2nd points finish of the season on 8th! The race also marked the start of the Super Cup!

The second British race of the season, on the old 09 configuration, broke Jarno’s win streak with Joshua taking 1st! The podium was completed by Juanito and Jarno with Richard close in 4th, all within 1s! The 4 managers went to dominate the top 8 with Dave and Jas taking the low point score finishes a bit further down the road. The duo also took 9th and 10th, respectively, in the European iGP race at Valencia, while Richard took the flag first ahead of both Joshua’s cars! Jarno took 4th and 6th, sandwiching Richard, and Adam went to take 7th ahead of Juanito!

Dyfed went to take pole on a soaked (3.7mm) Austrian race and he led most of the laps, but a patient Jarno got the best of his clean air and more boost to take the win by only 0.5s over him! Richard with a 3-4 and Dave in a 5-6 also took big points home and Noah managed another appearance on the top 10! Jarno got 193 pts on the 1st Week and his lead was 69 pts over Richard! Joshua was 3rd on 100 pts, only 11 ahead of Juanito. Dave’s good performances got him up to 43 pts and with the 2nd in Austria, Dyfed got up to 6th in the standings with 18 pts! Noah, Super, Jay, Adam and Jas were the other point scorers.

The Principality was another show of Jarno’s patience and opportunism to take the win on the final lap, this time from Joshua! The earlier also got 3rd ahead of Richard and Joshua. Mario went up to 7th, scoring for the 1st time this season, and finished ahead of Dyfed and Jay cars to also have a go on the fight for 6th in the standings! He also got 10th to take an extra point home.

Bahrain, race 8, had a close fight for the lead up to the penultimate lap when Jarno went clear ahead to take another win, this ahead of Joshua and both Juanito’s cars! Richard and Joshua rounded up the top 8 while Jas went back on the points with a double finish on 9th and 10th! In Singapore, we had a 3 way tie for pole between Jarno and Dave on the SS! They got clear ahead on the 1st stint and, with some help from the tropical weather, they gained even more time after the 2nd stint against the heavy S runners when they went for Inters. Jarno won the race ahead of Joshua and with Dave standing on the podium after some time! The 3 of them, Richard and Juanito also picked up all the points available on the race!

The USA had Juanito taking his 1st win of the season after starting from pole! He was followed on the podium by both Jarno’s car! The race also had the top 4 in the Teams Championship grabbing the top 8 ahead of Dave and Mario! Australia was another wet race (3.5mm) in which Jarno led all but his in-lap to take his 8th win of the season ahead of both Joshua’s cars! Mario managed to hold on to 4th to take a great Elite finish home! He also managed a 9th while Jas got 7th and 8th with Richard rounding up the top 10.

Italy had another very tactical DRS race in which Richard managed to come out on top! Joshua and Jarno followed him on the podium, with Juanito just taking 4th from Richard’s second car! Dave got 7th to consolidate his 5th place on the Championship while Jas took a point home! A spring hot Canada, race 13, had a close finish between Juanito on a 1 stop and Jarno a 2, with the latter just coming out on top ahead of both Juanito’s cars! Joshua got 4th ahead of Jarno with Jas taking an impressive 6th and 10th to deny the top 4 a complete dominance of the first 8 places! At the end of Week 2, Jarno disappeared into the distance with 432 pts! He led Joshua by 178 pts with 6 races to go! Richard was 3rd on 233 pts, 23 ahead of Juanito. Dave was best of the rest on 5th with 76 pts. Jas (27), Dyfed (23), Mario (21), Noah (12), Jay (10), and Adam (6) were all within 21 pts and in a very close battle for 6th in the standings! Super had 9, but wasn’t as participative as before.

In Hungary, Joshua and Jarno traded the 4 top spots all race and it ended with the latter taking a 1-3 home ahead of the earlier on a 2-4! Juanito and Richard completed the top 7 after one of Juanito’s car ran out of fuel before the last pit! Jas and Super took the spoils home, with the latter taking a double points finish with a 9th and 10th, the 1st since race 1! Brazil had a very mixed top 10, but it didn’t stop Jarno from taking a 1-2 home and to be crowned 2x FZW Elite winner with 4 races remaining! Well done mate! The fight for 2nd was still up for grabs between Joshua on 2nd, Richard on 3rd and Juanito on 4th! In the race, it was Richard who got the highest spot from the 3, ahead of Juanito and Joshua. Dave, Jas and Noah finished in 6th, 7th and 8th, respectively, with Joshua and Richard rounding up the top 10.

Mexico, race 16, had Jarno taking a 1-4 home and making him a Super Cup Champion for the 1st time on the 7th Edition of the competition! Well done! He was followed on the podium by Juanito and Joshua. Mario took a brilliant 5th ahead of Dave to get back into the fight for 6th! Richard only managed a low double score on 9th and 10th and, with this, Joshua extended his advantage over him to 49 pts and Juanito cut the gap to only 10 with 3 races to go!

Real went all-in to drag him back off the bottom 2 for Belgium, but he didn’t manage to attend and make research easier for everyone on the tier! In the race, it was Juanito who took the top step ahead of Richard and Joshua! Jarno took 4th and 6th to keep up his great season. Dave got 8th while Jas grabbed 10th! In Germany, Real managed to take the most of his car advantage and got himself a 1-8 and guaranteed another season in Elite! Richard got a bitter second after losing by only 0.05s! Joshua, 3rd, also missed out on the win by less than 2 tenths! Juanito and Jarno closed the top 7 while Jay took a brilliant 9th and 10th to take him back into the scoring path!

The Grand Finale in Azerbaijan proved to be tense in all ends of the championship: Richard and Juanito were still in contention for 2nd on the standings; not much was in between Jas (38) on 6th and Jay (13) on 11th; and there were 3 teams yet to score and 2 of them were going to be relegated to Pro! In the race, Richard did everything almost perfectly to take a 1-3 home and get a shot at 2nd on the standings, but with Joshua taking 2nd on the race it was over for him and he had to content himself with a 3rd ahead of Juanito. The latter and Jarno closed up the top 7 for the last time on S54. Mario took 8th while Dave took 10th, but everything changed on the bottom 3 with an incredible 9th from Eduardo! He saved himself on the very last race after having a difficult season!

It was a great season and every race was close! Hope for more to come in S55! Good luck on Pro Tony and Kev! Hope I can see you both up soon and welcome back G Cooper and Gert! 





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medal 5000
2 years 246 days ago (Last edited by Leo Yeo 207 days ago)
We are proud to have the largest iGP related discord server; if you would like to see more of the Formula Zero community, all previous write ups, all FZ stats, join in with FZ's post race chats + more stuff you are welcome to join!
https://discord.gg/VMUTuSG

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medal 5000
2 years 111 days ago (Last edited by Leo Yeo 2 years 110 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 5000
2 years 110 days ago (Last edited by Leo Yeo 2 years 102 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 5000
1 year 355 days ago (Last edited by Leo Yeo 278 days ago)
Watch the entirety of FZ's first 2 fully uploaded to Youtube seasons right here!
OFZ season 39
FZW season 31
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medal 5000
1 year 279 days ago
This league is the coolest!
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medal 5000
1 year 134 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 5340
1 year 134 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 5000
1 year 134 days ago
Thank you, then I will come on Sunday when season ends 
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medal 5000
1 year 133 days ago
Can't wait to see you on track!
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medal 5305
1 year 89 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 5000
1 year 69 days ago (Last edited by Luke Christophers 196 days ago)
Formula Zero World Cup - Super Cup Statistics:


Seasons held:
12 (S69 - S80)

Most wins:
1. Tommy Vercetti (Sunshine Auto Racing) = 9 (S69, S72, S73, S74, S75, S77, S78, S79, S80)
2. Casju21 Casju21 (Caspar) = 1 (S70)
2. Luke Christophers (The Original CHR Motorsport) = 1 (S71)
2. Curtis Currier (Mazdaspeed) = 1 (S76)

Finalist:
1. Curtis Currier (Mazdaspeed) = 5 (S71, S72, S74, S75, S78)
2. Luke Christophers (The Original CHR Motorsport) = 2 (S69, S77)
3. Povi S (Scuderia Ferrari) = 1 (S70)
3. Joe Gibbs (Knights Racing) = 1 (S73)
3. Tommy Vercetti (Sunshine Autos Racing) = 1 (S76)
3. Adelino Da Costa (Nismo F1 Team) = 1 (S79)
3. Maikhar Parikh (Race On) = 1 (S80)

3rd Place Play Off Winner:
1. Casju21 Casju21 (Caspar) = 2 (S69, S72)
1. Curtis Currier (Mazdaspeed) = 2 (S73, S77)
1. Luke Christophers (The Original CHR Motorsport) = 2 (S76, S80)
2. Tommy Vercetti (Sunshine Auto Racing) = 1 (S70)
2. Povi S (Scuderia Ferrari) = 1 (S71)
2. Noel Edmonds (Dragon Racing) = 1 (S74)
2. Dave Watts (Goodison Racing) = 1 (S75)
2. Cameron Pollock (JPS Lotus) = 1 (S78)
2. Dave Jaffa (JaffaPix F1) = 1 (S79)

Semi- Finalists:
1. Dave Jaffa (JaffaPix F1) = 2 (S72, S75)
1. Luke Christophers (The Original CHR Motorsport) = 2 (S70, S78)
2. Povi S (Scuderia Ferrari) = 1 (S69)
2. Kuba Sikora (SIKI GP Team) = 1 (S71)
2. Casju21 Casju21 (Caspar) = 1 (S73)
2. Salty Dragons (Dazz F1 Team) = 1 (S74)
2. Cameron Pollock (JPS Lotus) = 1 (S76)
2. Jamie Brophy (Brophy Burners) = 1 (S77)
2. Curtis Currier (Mazdaspeed) = 1 (S79)
2. Rhys James (Jaguar Racing) = 1 (S80)

Quarter- Finalists:
1. Dave Watts (Goodison Racing) = 10 (S69, S70, S71, S72, S74, S76, S77, S78, S79, S80)
2. Salty Dragons (Dazz F1 Team) = 4 (S71, S72, S73, S75)
2. Noel Edmonds (Lone Wolf Racing) = 4 (S72, S75, S76, S77)
2. Rhys James (Jaguar Racing) = 4 (S74, S77, S78, S79)
2. Joe Gibbs (Knights Racing) = 4 (S72, S74, S78, S80)
3. Dave Jaffa (JaffaPixF1) = 3 (S70, S73, S80)
4. Kamil Kog (fiat multipla) = 2 (S69, S71)
4. Gary Thorpe (GT Racing) = 2 (S74, S76)
4. Luke Christophers (The Original CHR Motorsport) = 2 (S75, S79)
5. Dar Bri (Sky Rocket) = 1 (S69)
5. Rui Freitas (Chow Racing) = 1 (S69)
5. Kuba Sikora (SIKI GP Team) = 1 (S70)
5. Ho Cho (Eagle7) = 1 (S70)
5. Tommy Vercetti (Sunshine Autos Racing) = 1 (S71)
5. Povi S(Williams Racing) = 1 (S73)
5. Fleya Leg (Genta Racing) = 1 (S73)
5. Martijn Riet (Toyota Riet IGP Racing) = 1 (S75)
5. Cameron Pollock (JPS Lotus) = 1 (S77)
5. Jamie Brophy (Brophy burners) = 1 (S78)
5. Maikhar Parikh (Race On) = 1 (S79)
5. Adelino Da Costa (Nismo F1 Team) = 1 (S80)

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

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medal 5626
1 year 68 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 5014
1 year 66 days ago
Best promotion display ever
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medal 5000
1 year 65 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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medal 5014
1 year 65 days ago
I'lll think about it. I think no other leagues has better promotion display than this one
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