76 days ago
I'lll think about it. I think no other leagues has better promotion display than this one
63 days ago
I wonder which place of this league near the EOS. I think i advert myself to join pretty soon
63 days ago
alright, tell me which league you would like to join soon!
63 days ago (Last edited by Aulia Ade Syihan Nasution
63 days ago)
I don't know. Perhaps between OFZ and FZWC... and one question, do i need to start from rookie or the last tier i was? (Pro). Because some of league hosts prvent tier hopping
63 days ago
You can join pro FZWC for sure!
63 days ago
yep, won't even get demoted if you join now!
53 days ago
Not all managers can stay within the pace. Sometimes they have and occasionally they do not. It is dynamic. Fantastic league! Thanks for advertising this!
26 days ago
Formula Zero Offline starts tonight with a new season! Come an join us!
22 days ago
Yeah sure! Which league would you like to join? The links and all in the first post of our forum thread.
17 days ago
Formula Zero World Cup Write- UP: S72
--- Rookie ---
Formula Zero World Cup's 1000th race (S72 R1) was dominated by John, but James C finished off the podium and took 2nd in the championship. He dominated again in Brazil and Austria taking a decent lead over Conor and Mark R. But it was Conor why took the win in GB19 to close within 40pts of John!
In fact Luke became the 3rd winner of the season in Malaysia and Bahrain as John challenged him to race, however John started on the wrong tyres so it wasn't a fair fight. Bahrain also saw David N make a debut he wouldn't forget, he finished 5-6. Meanwhile Conor was on the podium, but still was overtaken by Luke for 2nd. But he wasn’t happy with a podium! He won in Turkey by and was now only 58pts of John in 1st after 8 races. However, Luke took the lead on wins in Hungary, being the first to win 4 races in the season. But he was still 30pts off promotion and Conor in 2nd.
That gap opened up again in Australia as the low experienced brit got his 4th win of the thrilling season, heading into the last 6 races, John lead Conor by 44pts in the battle for the title, with Luke 3rd, Rory 4th and David 5th. Both title contenders lost out to Luke in Abu Dhabi, the Brit won by 12s! However it was back to normal in Russia, and John extended his gap by 16pts heading into the last 4 races, could he win the title early? Even with his 1-2 in Mexico it wasn't enough!
But finally, a 1-2 at the slightly damp COTA circuit, saw him be crowned rookie champion of season 72! Well done! Conor also guaranteed his promotion, however he was 107pts back from John. The inevitable then happened in Japan, John won his 1st FZ Championship, well done! After Luke dominated in a Montreal finale, John ended up with an 88pts lead over Conor L, who also got promoted, well done and good luck to both of you in pro! As for next season in rookie, it is hard to pick a clear favourite, whoever wins I am sure it will be a close season, so gl!
--- Pro ---
Ofz pro champion, Jeff P, was the favourite for this season's fzwc pro championship. He dominated in China, winning by 12 seconds from a poor qualifying Martijn, and took a 2nd 1-2 in Brazil. Also well done Maikar on 4th place of your debut! But even more of a well done getting a podium in Brazil! He was only 8pts of the elite demotee Martijn in 2nd. However the dutch manager put some consistant results together, and Franxti took his first points of the season in GB19, leaping to 5th in the championship.
However, no one was stopping Jeff, after 5 races he was 96pts clear at the top of the table from Martijn, he himself was an impressive 67pts ahead of rookie runner up, Maikar. However the 2nd best team in Bahrain was Juanito, overtaking Frantxi for 4th. Unfortunately it seemed to be a boring season at the top 7, Jeff had 7 1-2s, and Martijn was clear in 2nd. This story went on and on, with more domination in Turkey, Germany and Hungary, except it was closing up with Jeff getting ballast.
The all important Australian gp followed, and it was the first non-Jeff win! Martijn took the top spot ahead of one of Motor's cars. These managers were 2nd and 6th in the championship respectively. However it was back to usual at Spa and Monza, Jeff lead Martijn by 245pts points with 6 races left, he could round up the title in Abu Dhabi! And he did! 5 races early Jeff had managed to win the title with 13/14 wins so far in the season! Well done! Heading into the last week, he had 586pts, Martijn was 2nd on 303pts, and Maikar was 3rd on 134pts! It looked like he was saving himself for next season, as the top 2 were pulling away in a fairly boring championship, and Martijn was now confirmed in the promotion spot, behind Jeff, good luck to both in elite!
However Maikar pulled a startling win out of thin air in Mexico, well done to him on winning his 1st pro race in 16 attempts! However he was over 200pts of Martijn in 2nd, maybe next season was his for the taking! In fact, he lost a win at a wet American gp due to fueling! Handing another win to Jeff and his 15th of the season! In fact, another 2 wins followed for the dominant Brit at Suzuka and Montreal, well done! After 17 wins, and 780pts, he was promoted to pro with Martijn (who finished 358pts back). Good luck to both in elite!
Season 73 looks like it will be a tough fight too. Maikar, as 3rd place last season the heat is on you! However with Kamil (the longest standing elite manager in the league) falling to pro, it was going to be exciting! Good luck to all of you!
--- Elite ---
China was round 1 of season 72, and Tommy dominated with a 1-2 finish, with Curtis rounding off the podium 0.2s later, but he was still 3rd in the championship. Meanwhile Fleya got off to a flying start in her first elite race, he took a 6-7. As many elite managers know by now qualifying can be random, impacting the outcome of the race, and Casju fell unlucky in Brazil after qualifying 18-19, but he drove up to 4-5, unable to stop Tommy from taking a clear lead.
Dave W took an excellent victory in Austria with a strong qualifying, but Fleya also got a double top 5! She sat in 4th in the championship, and Salty and Juanito were 7th and 8th after their first points in GB. Taking 4th and 5th place respectively. Meanwhile the Austrian gp saw Gary score his 1st elite points, wd! However Malaysia saw many 1 stop managers trip over each other, leaving Tommy to win by 7s, in his 4th win in 5 races. Round 5 also saw Curtis on the podium and Dave J get some points if the board, well done! However Dave J wasn't done there! He finished p3 in Bahrain, with Jaunito in 2nd getting his 1st elite podium, well done! Also congrats to Casju21 winning his 1st and 2nd races of the season. Also by this point 12/16 managers had scored points, and 2 of those without were champions! The 2nd win of the German was in Spain, where the top 6 (Casju-Curtis-Tommy) were separated by 2.7s! But it was a bi-polar race in Turkey, as the vsc gave Tommy an advantage and won by 10s, taking a 129pts lead over Casju21, and a further 47pts ahead of Dave and Curtis after 8 races. More domination followed in Germany and Hungary, and at the half way point in the season, the Brit lead by 166pts from Casju in 2nd, with Curtis and Dave further back.
Curtis took a great podium in Australia, splitting the Caspar cars! However when was it time for the American to finally win his 1st FZWC race? Nope! He struggled in Belgium, and lost out by 0.05 in Italy, with another 2 cars within 0.6 of the winning manager, Tommy! But finally, at the Yas Marina circuit, Curtis took his 1st victory, well done! He closed to within 45pts of Casju21 in 2nd. However Tommy then stole the show in Russia, taking a 1-2 and his 2nd elite FZWC title, well done! But could he repeat Luke's Quadruple of last season? The CC, DC, SC and MOTS?
Well he completed his 3rd objective in Mexico, winning the Super Cup, becoming the first double winner of the event! The race also saw Noel, Juanito and Salty in some decent points! They were in a tight 5 way battle for 5th with Dave and Fleya! Only 11pts separating them! Salty then took control in the USA to take 5th, but Tommy stole the show with another superb 1-2 in a changeable conditions race in America! He was leading by a huge 249pts after 17 races. Japan was also the return of Kuba to live racing, he finished on the podium, behind Tommy, who took his 13th and final win of the season! However, the last race of the season in Canada saw Curtis dominate for his 2nd FZ victory, and 2nd in the championship from Casju21 by 36pts. Congrats!
As for further down the table, Dave W finished with 198pts, some 139pts from the top 3. Meanwhile Dave J secured 5th ahead of Salty and Noel. Well done! Good luck for all of you next season, good luck trying to stop Tommy! Also with the arrival of Jeff and Martijn, a dominant pro champion and an ex-elite points scorer, things will hopefully be spicy!
17 days ago
the OFZ and FZW write ups for this season have been uploaded!
16 hours ago
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