F1 Fantasy: How To Play And Tips For The 2023 Season
A new Formula 1 season is here – which means F1 Fantasy is back!
The game sees millions of motorsport fans choose their fantasy drivers with an imaginary $100 million budget.
F1 fantasy started five years ago and is rapidly growing in popularity along with the growing popularity of F1. The 2023 season will reward players who can spot early trends as the new season takes shape.
See below for all the rules and important tips.
How to play F1 Fantasy 2023
Each player can choose 5 drivers and two constructors (up from one in 2022) ahead of the first race of the season in Bahrain, $100 million.
they also choose weekly “DRS Boost” Points are doubled, and new for 2023, you can give any driver on your team a DRS boost.there is also chips Six in total to power up your team: Autopilot, Extra DRS Boost, No Negative, Wildcard, Limitless and Final Fix.
Max Verstappen is the most expensive driver at $27 million. Lewis Hamilton second with $23.7 million; Charles Leclerc $21.1 million. As for the constructor, red bull $27.3 million, mercedes $25.1 million and Ferrari $22.1 million.
player is max 2 transfers To the team every week until the start of the qualifiers. Transferring more than 2 times will result in him being penalized 4 points for each additional transfer. This is similar to Fantasy Premier League.
F1 Fantasy Tips (Before Saudi Arabia)
Let’s not get confused: get Fernando Alonso on your team! He finished his third in Bahrain, having won his two-time World Championship with his Martin Aston.
Elsewhere, Nico Hulkenberg At $4.2 million, he is the second cheapest player and is eligible for the top 10 in Bahrain. Nick de Vries There is also an affordable option at $5 million.
Still hard to see other than picking Max Verstappen ($27.0m), but Carlos Sainz Not a bad bet for the second most expensive driver. With his $17.2 million he is the sixth highest earner.
Similarly, aston martin At this point, it’s an obvious constructor option alongside one of the $6.8 million giants.
The deadline for making changes to teams is 5pm GMT.
One of the keys to success in Fantasy F1 is riding the price wave and increasing the value of the team. You can also do this by identifying the most valuable picks each week and buying and selling them strategically. So you can buy a successful driver at the end of Sunday’s race and sell it later the following week for a profit.
However, it’s worth your time when creating the final replacement. Friday practice usually reveals a lot about what happens in qualifying, so waiting as long as possible to absorb the information will help you make the right decisions each week.
Given budget constraints and the fact that most players have the combination of Hamilton, Verstappen, Mercedes and Red Bull, the area to jump on the rest is in the midfield pack.
Will Ferrari beat Red Bull? Can McLaren come out on top in the midfield? And what about Alpine?
How does scoring work?
Pole position (1st place)
No time setting
Constructors in qualifying
Neither driver reaches Q2
One driver reaches Q2
Both drivers advance to Q2
1 driver reaches Q3
Both drivers advanced to Q3
11th to 20th place
1 point per position
-1 point per position
1 point for each overtaking
Driver of the Day
constructors in race
fastest pit stop
second fastest pit stop
3rd fastest pit stop