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Champions

Drivers Champion: Oli Glazebrook

Constructors Champions: Williams Mercedes

Pole Trophy: Matt Orange

About IF1C Season 1

Season 1 of IF1C will be the debut season of the league for the PS3 platform. The league was announced in August 2014 and would be a replacement for the defunct WRL League. It would also take place in its debut season on F1 2014. The league also announced that there would be a twist and that was unlike any other league, the cars would be on F1 2014 levels and not equal. This idea however, received mixed opinions. Some people thought that it was an interesting idea whereas others thought it was a terrible idea and that the league would be a huge failure like the WRL League. People also complained about the live team draw that took place claiming that it was fixed. They complained it was fixed because the host Joseph Willows and SFL driver Michael Moron were both drawn out to be in a Mercedes which in the 2014 Formula One Season was the dominant car. They claimed that Joseph made sure before the stream began that he and Michael were in the Mercedes so that no one else would go in it. This turned out to be false as the randomiser website which was used to do the draw clearly said that everything was random and there was no fixing. This website turned out to be better than the Fruit Machine Joseph used for WRL as the website had scripted loops. However, it was only until the first 2 social races took place on the 29th October 2014, that opinions started to change. They now said that the league was a great idea and that it would be interesting to see whether the fast guys can still be fast and if the slower guys can be competitive. The first race is due to start on Friday 14th November 2014 in Australia with a 25% race distance and a start time of 6:30pm GMT. From Bahrain onwards, the start time would be 7pm GMT due to a request from Jake Walmsley.

Signed Teams and Drivers

Team Engine Tyre No. Race Drivers Rounds
Italy
Scuderia Ferrari
Ferrari Pirelli 13
Australia
Matthew Totani
1-8
86
Britain
Sam Boast
10, 13-14
77
Belgium
Wais Kuba
1-12, 14
India
Sahara Force India F1 Team
Mercedes Pirelli 8
Britain
Matthew Redmore
1, 3-4, 7-8, 12-13
53
Britain
Joshua Anderson
1-2, 5-6
18
Britain
Daniel Roberts
8, 11-13
Britain
Lotus F1 Team
Renault Pirelli 9
Britain
Callum Mills
none
15
Britain
Oliver Leadbitter
4-6, 11
42
Britain
Connan Welsh
1
23
Ireland
Shaun Grant
5-7, 10
Britain
McLaren Mercedes
Mercedes Pirelli 10
Britain
Ali Munir
1-9, 11-14
69
Britain
Bobby Hunter
10
99
Britain
Matt Orange
1-5, 7-8, 10-14
Germany
Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team
Mercedes Pirelli 57
Britain
Michael Moron
1-6, 9-12, 14
97
Britain
Joseph Willows
All
Austria
Infiniti Red Bull Racing
Renault Pirelli 24
Britain
Connor Smith
1-2, 4-5
23
Ireland
Shaun Grant
11-12
69
Britain
Bobby Hunter
1-8, 12-14
44
Britain
Jake Walmsley
9-10
Italy
Scuderia Toro Rosso
Renault Pirelli 44
Britain
Jake Walmsley
1-2
19
Britain
Kevin Facey
6
15
Britain
Oliver Leadbitter
13-14
92
Britain
Josh Stronach
none
96
Netherlands
Patrick Veenstra
5-7
Britain
Williams Racing
Mercedes Pirelli 7
Britain
James Head
All
45
Britain
Oli Glazebrook
All

Mid-Season Change

  • Syke Geno was suppose to be racing for McLaren in Season 1 but sadly had to pull out before the season started due to time issues as he is Canadian. He was replaced instead by Ali Munir who was suppose to go to Lotus but instead went to McLaren.
  • Alex Southgate was suppose to be at Lotus for Season 1 but sadly pulled out due to time issues. He was suppose to be replaced by Ali Munir but he went to McLaren instead so he was instead replaced by Connan Welsh.
  • Jake Walmsley had reduced his number of seasons with Toro Rosso after Round 1 from 2 to just 1 in the hope of getting a top drive.
  • Because Callum Mills had not competed in the first three races without a reason, he was unfortunately sacked from Lotus. On the 30th November 2014 it was announced that current Force India driver in the Online Career Mode (OCM) Oliver Leadbitter would replace him on a 1 season contract.
  • Because Josh Stronach had not competed in the first three races without a reason, he was unfortunately sacked from Toro Rosso. He was replaced by Dutchman Patrick Veenstra who had signed a 2 season deal with the team.
  • Because Connan Welsh only competed in Round 1 and didn't attend the next 3 races without a reason, he was unfortunately sacked from Lotus. He was replaced by Irishman Shaun Grant
  • Jake Walmsley requested to be released from his Toro Rosso contract and pulled out of Season 1 due to time issues and GCSEs, however he has announced that he is looking for a drive for Season 2. His was replaced with PSNRL ace Kevin Facey.
  • Bobby Hunter was suppose to pull out for the rest of the season during the Christmas break due to his PS3 not working anymore with his 3 season contract with Red Bull still remaining. He was meant to be replaced for the rest of the season by Welshman Daniel Roberts however, it then emerged that Bobby had fixed his PS3 during the christmas break and would be able to compete for the rest of the season meaning Daniel wouldn't get the drive. But Daniel got the Force India drive when Joshua Anderson pulled out due to swimming lessons.
  • Matthew Totani pulled out for the rest of the season due to lag issues. He was replaced by Brit Sam Boast for the rest of the season.
  • Bobby Hunter pulled out of the league on his own terms and his contract was terminated with Red Bull. His replacement was former Toro Rosso driver Jake Walmsley. Bobby made a one off return with McLaren to replace Ali Munir for that race only to be kicked out the league straight after due to him deliberately taking out Michael Moron. However, new evidence came in the Bobby actually misjudged his braking and was allowed. He made another one-off visit at Austin with his old team Red Bull as a one-off replacement for Jake Walmsley in the hope a getting a drive for Season 2 which would turn out to be permanent as Jake had to pull out again.
  • Because Kevin Facey missed 3 races in a row and didn't give a reason, he lost his Toro Rosso seat. It took a while but it was announced that Lotus driver Oliver Leadbitter would replace for the last 2 races with Lotus pulling out for the rest of the season to concentrate on Season 2 and develop with the Mercedes engine.
  • Shaun Grant moved to Red Bull for the rest of the season to replace Connor Smith who pulled out. His contract with the team was also terminated because of that but he has been granted permission to try and find a seat for next season.

Calendar

Round Race Title Grand Prix Circuits Date Tyres
Option Prime
1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix Australian GP
Australia
Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit
14 November 2014 Soft Medium
2 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix Bahrain GP
Bahrain
Bahrain International Circuit
21 November 2014 Soft Medium
3 Gran Premio de España Pirelli Spanish GP
Spain
Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
28 November 2014 Medium Hard
4 Grand Prix de Monaco Monaco GP
Monaco
Circuit de Monaco
5 December 2014 Super Soft Soft
5 Grand Prix du Canada Canadian GP
Canada
Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
12 December 2014 Super Soft Soft
6 Grosser Preis von Österreich Austrian GP
Austria
Red Bull Ring
19 December 2014 Super Soft Soft
7 Santander British Grand Prix British GP
Britain
Silverstone Circuit
9 January 2015* Medium Hard
8 Grosser Preis Santander von Deutschland German GP
Germany
Hockenheimring
16 January 2015 Super Soft Soft
9 Shell Belgian Grand Prix Belgian GP
Belgium
Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
23 January 2015 Soft Medium
10 Gran Premio d'Italia Italian GP
Italy
Autodromo Nazionale Monza
30 January 2015 Medium Hard
11 Russian Grand Prix Russian GP
Russia
Sochi Autodrom
6 February 2015 Medium Hard
12 United States Grand Prix United States GP
USA
Circuit of the Americas
13 February 2015 Medium Hard
13 Grande Prêmio do Brasil Brazilian GP
Brazil
Autódromo José Carlos Pace
20 February 2015 Medium Hard
14 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Abu Dhabi GP
UAE
Yas Marina Circuit
27 February 2015 Soft Medium
  • Silverstone was suppose to be on the 2nd January but due to an illness from the host, races 7-14 was pushed back for a week.

Results

Round Grand Prix Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Constructor
1
Australia
Australian GP
Britain
Joseph Willows
Britain
Matt Orange
Britain
Matt Orange
Britain
McLaren Mercedes
2
Bahrain
Bahrain GP
Britain
Ali Munir
Britain
Ali Munir
Britain
Oli Glazebrook
Britain
Williams Mercedes
3
Spain
Spanish GP
Britain
Bobby Hunter
Britain
James Head
Britain
Oli Glazebrook
Britain
Williams Mercedes
4
Monaco
Monaco GP
Britain
James Head
Britain
Matt Orange
Britain
Oli Glazebrook
Britain
Williams Mercedes
5
Canada
Canadian GP
Britain
Oli Glazebrook
Britain
Oli Glazebrook
Britain
Oli Glazebrook
Britain
Williams Mercedes
6
Austria
Austrian GP
Britain
Oli Glazebrook
Britain
Oli Glazebrook
Britain
Oli Glazebrook
Britain
Williams Mercedes
7
Britain
British GP
Britain
James Head
Britain
Joseph Willows
Britain
Matt Orange
Britain
McLaren Mercedes
8
Germany
German GP
Britain
James Head
Britain
Ali Munir
Britain
Oli Glazebrook
Britain
Williams Mercedes
9
Belgium
Belgian GP
Britain
Ali Munir
Britain
Ali Munir
Britain
Ali Munir
Britain
McLaren Mercedes
10
Italy
Italian GP
Britain
Bobby Hunter
Britain
Sam Boast
Britain
Sam Boast
Italy
Ferrari
11
Russia
Russian GP
Britain
Matt Orange
Britain
Matt Orange
Britain
Matt Orange
Britain
McLaren Mercedes
12
USA
United States GP
Britain
Matt Orange
Britain
Matt Orange
Britain
Matt Orange
Britain
McLaren Mercedes
13
Brazil
Brazilian GP
Britain
Matt Orange
Britain
Bobby Hunter
Britain
Matt Orange
Britain
McLaren Mercedes
14
UAE
Abu Dhabi GP
Britain
Sam Boast
Britain
Sam Boast
Britain
Sam Boast
Italy
Ferrari

Drivers Championship

Points are awarded to the top ten classified finishers using the following structure:

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th 
Points 25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1

Double Points also get awarded but only in the last race.

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th 
Points 50 36 30 24 20 16 12 8 4 2
Pos. Driver Grand Prixs Points
AUS
Australia
BHR
Bahrain
ESP
Spain
MON
Monaco
CAN
Canada
AUT
Austria
GBR
Britain
GER
Germany
BEL
Belgium
ITA
Italy
RUS
Russia
USA
USA
BRA
Brazil
ABU*
UAE
1
Britain
Oli Glazebrook
5 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 3 6* 2 2 3 4 270
2
Britain
Matt Orange
1 3 4 2 4 DNA 1 8* DNA 7* 1 1 1 9* 196
3
Britain
James Head
7 9* 2 8* 2 3 6* 6* 2 4 3 3 4 2 187
4
Britain
Joseph Willows
2 2 5 7* 6 7 3 3 6 2 6 4 6 6 166
5
Britain
Ali Munir
Ret 10* 3 6 Ret 6 2 2 1 DNA 7 5 DNS 7 121
6
Britain
Bobby Hunter
Ret 8* 6 Ret 8* 2 9* DNS 9* 9* 2 3 88
7
Britain
Michael Moron
4 DNS 10* DNS 3 DNS DNA DNA 4 5 5 6** DNA 5 88
8
Britain
Sam Boast
DNA 1 DNA DNA 5 1 85
9
Belgium
Wais Kuba
9 DNS 7 4 DSQ Ret 5 4 7 3 8 7** DNA 8* 81
10
Australia
Matthew Totani
8 5 8* 3 Ret 5 10* 5 54
11
Britain
Connor Smith
6 4 DNA 5 5 DNA DNA DNA DNA DNA 40
12
Britain
Matthew Redmore
3 DNA 9* 9* DNA DNA 8* 7* DNA DNA DNA 10* 8* DNA 34
13
Britain
Jake Walmsley
Ret 7 DNA DNA DNA 5 8* DNA DNA 20
14
Ireland
Shaun Grant
9* 10 Ret DNA DNA 10* 4 DSQ DNA DNA 16
15
Britain
Joshua Anderson
10 6 DNA DNA 10* 8 14
16
Netherlands
Patrick Veenstra
DNA 7 9 7* DNA DNA DNA DNA DNA DNA DNA 14
17
Britain
Kevin Facey
4 DNA DNA DNA 12
18
Britain
Daniel Roberts
DNA DNS DNA DNA 9* 8* 7 DNA 12
19
Britain
Oliver Leadbitter
10* Ret Ret DNA DNA DNA DNA 10* DNA DNS 10* 4
-
Britain
Connan Welsh
Ret DNA DNA DNA 0
-
Britain
Callum Mills
DNA DNA DNA 0
-
Britain
Josh Stronach
DNA DNA DNA 0
    • Wais Kuba was 6th on the road on Austin and Michael Moron was 7th on the road, however because Wais cut the same corner 3 times, he was given a 10 second time penalty for his actions meaning Michael and Wais switched positions in the official results.
  • Double Points get awarded at this race
  • These drivers retired from the race but because they were classified in the top 10, they still get points
  • Bold text means that driver took pole in that round
  • Italic text means that driver set the fastest lap
  • Gold coloured background means that the driver won that race
  • Silver coloured background means that the driver finished 2nd in that race
  • Bronze coloured background means that the driver finished 3rd in that race
  • Green coloured background means that the driver finished in the points in that race
  • Blue coloured background means that the driver finished outside the points in that race
  • Purple coloured background means that the driver retired from that race
  • Black coloured background with white text means that the driver was disqualified from that race
  • White coloured background means that the driver did not attend, did not start or didn't join the league in those races

Constructors Championship

Pos. Constructor No. Grand Prixs Points
AUS
Australia
BHR
Bahrain
ESP
Spain
MON
Monaco
CAN
Canada
AUT
Austria
GBR
Britain
GER
Germany
BEL
Belgium
ITA
Italy
RUS
Russia
USA
USA
BRA
Brazil
ABU
UAE
1
Britain
Williams Mercedes
7 7 9* 2 8* 2 3 6* 6* 2 4 3 3 4 2 457
45 5 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 3 6* 2 2 3 4
2
Britain
McLaren Mercedes
10 Ret 10* 3 6 Ret 6 2 2 1 DNA 8 5 DNS 7 319
69 9*
99 1 3 4 2 4 DNA 1 8* DNA 7* 1 1 1 9*
3
Germany
Mercedes
57 4 DNS 10* DNS 3 DNS DNA DNA 4 5 5 6** DNA 5 254
97 2 2 5 7* 6 7 3 3 6 2 6 4 6 6
4
Italy
Ferrari
13 8 5 8* 3 Ret 5 10* 5 220
86 DNA 1 DNA DNA 5 1
77 9 DNS 7 4 DSQ Ret 5 4 7 3 8 7** DNA 8*
5
Austria
Red Bull Racing Renault
24 6 4 DNA 5 5 DNA DNA DNA DNA DNA 152
23 4 DSQ DNA DNA
69 Ret 8* 6 Ret 8* 2 9* DNS 9* 2 3
44 5 8* DNA DNA
6
India
Force India Mercedes
8 3 DNA 9* 9* DNA DNA 8* 7* DNA DNA DNA 10* 8* DNA 60
53 10 6 DNA DNA 10* 8
18 DNA DNS DNA DNA 9* 8* 7 DNA
7
Italy
STR Renault
44 Ret 7 DNA DNA DNA 34
19 4 DNA DNA DNA
15 DNS 10*
92 DNA DNA DNA
96 DNA 7 9 7* DNA DNA DNA DNA DNA
8
Britain
Lotus Renault
9 DNA DNA DNA 6
15 10* Ret Ret DNA DNA DNA DNA 10* DNA
42 Ret DNA DNA DNA
23 9* 10 Ret DNA DNA 10*

Pole Position Trophy

Pos. Drivers Poles
1
Britain
Matt Orange
3
2
Britain
James Head
3
3
Britain
Oli Glazebrook
2
4
Britain
Ali Munir
2
5
Britain
Bobby Hunter
2
6
Britain
Sam Boast
1
7
Britain
Joseph Willows
1



In the event of it being a tie-breaker, the person who has qualified 2nd the most will win the table. A tie on that will be the most 3rd's and so on.

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