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ff1 update: australia

Well, after a much more exciting race it looks as though the new scoring system should maintain a much closer (and more interesting) season for our FF1 league. After Australia, only John Rhodes and Lynne Rodden hold the same position they did going into the race weekend, with Gaynor Bingham making up an amazing 13 places; that’s got to be a new record, and one I’m sure Peter Jones wouldn’t mind breaking this weekend.

I wonder what Malaysia has in store for us this weekend!

1 ↑ 4 Chris Illingworth Four Wheels 231
2 ↓ 1 Scott Boyes Scott Racing 214
3 ↓ 1 Ruth Moore Moore’s Movers 213
4 ↑ 3 Andy Moore Mooresport 207
5 ↑ 13 Gaynor Bingham No Hope 206
6 ↓ 1 Tracy Forster Penelope Pitstop 203
7 John Rhodes The Pheasant’s Revolt 202
8 ↓ 5 Dave Coyle Aotearoa GP 200
9 ↑ 1 Oscar Leitheiser F1 Circus Clowns 191
10 ↑ 1 Josh Rodden Creme Egg 188
11 ↑ 4 Jackie Moore Shiny Happy Speedy 187
12 ↓ 8 Ron Jones Win Or Bust 185
13 ↓ 4 Andy Showell-Rogers Eat My Dust 167
14 Lynne Rodden The Gherkins 164
15 ↑ 2 Al Briggs Alabama GP 153
16 ↓ 3 David Holland Green2Cheques 151
17 ↓ 5 Simon Rodden Last Minute 148
18 ↓ 2 Peter Jones No Driver Aids 117

Have a great Easter weekend one and all!

ff1 update: bahrain

Following the first race of the 2010 Formula One season, here are the standings in our very own Fantasy Formula 1 league. I can see the potential for some rivalries developing between family and friends this season!

1 Scott Boyes Scott Racing 114
2 Ruth Moore Moore’s Movers 108
3 Dave Coyle Aotearoa GP 107
4 Ron Jones Win Or Bust 105
5 Tracy Forster Penelope Pitstop 103
5 Chris Illingworth Four Wheels 103
7 Andy Moore Mooresport 101
7 John Rhodes The Pheasant’s Revolt 101
9 Andy Showell-Rogers Eat My Dust 99
10 Oscar Leitheiser F1 Circus Clowns 98
11 Josh Rodden Creme Egg 93
12 Simon Rodden Last Minute 81
13 David Holland Green2Cheques 78
14 Lynne Rodden The Gherkins 75
15 Jackie Moore Shiny Happy Speedy 74
16 Peter Jones No Driver Aids 71
17 Al Briggs Alabama GP 70
18 Gaynor Bingham No Hope 66

I would be interested to hear your thoughts on the new rules too; after last year’s excitement, is there anything the teams and/or FIA can do to make the racing more exciting, and to encourage more overtaking? What would you change?