Formula Lee Winter Series 2017/18

Welcome to the 1st Formula Lee Winter Series! OK, so there’s no real F1 until March 2018, but we’re not going to let that stop us and we’re carrying the video game challenge on over the winter months

HOW TO PLAY:

All you need is the Codemasters game F1 2017 on either PC, PS4 or X-Box One and go to Time Trial Mode with Classic Cars. You can use any of the assists available (ABS, Automatic Gears and Traction Control) and it doesn’t matter if you use a wheel or a controller (or even a keyboard if that’s your driving style!) Once you’ve set your time with the car, circuit and weather conditions picked by Lee on the podcast, send a screengrab or photo of your time (don’t forget it MUST be a legal time in the game) to us, either by Twitter DM (@3legs4wheels), Facebook private message or email by the cutoff time for that race.

The top 20 times will all score points (20 for 1st down to 1 for 20th) and the top 3 times in each race will win Amazon vouchers (£10 for 1st, £5 for 2nd and £2 for 3rd or local equivalent) from our generous sponsors Ultraflix

Also each of the 20 points scorers will be entered into the draw at the end of the series for a special prize courtesy of CM Helmets where you can win this full size replica Nico Rosberg’s 2016 World Championship season helmet.

Drivers, start your engines!

The 1st race of the Winter Series was in Australia, in the wet and the car for this race was the 1996 World Championship winning FW18 as driven by Damon Hill & Jacques Villeneuve. This was the most popular race in terms of entries that we’ve ever had, so thanks to everyone for taking part!

The final leaderboard looks like this…

Drivers Time Points Rank
Simon Joy 01:46.577 20 1
Ole vestli 01:46.937 19 2
Pete Bull 01:47.155 18 3
Geoff Sharp 01:47.205 17 4
Zach Henderson 01:47.367 16 5
Patrick Daly 01:47.755 15 6
Eliss Carrick 01:47.907 14 7
Travis Parker 01:47.940 13 8
Ian Walker 01:48.005 12 9
Joseph Heilemann 01:48.022 11 10
Chris Aulby 01:48.172 10 11
Ruben Hernandez 01:48.188 9 12
Lee Swiderski 01:48.221 8 13
Max Williams 01:48.421 7 14
Zach Wasson 01:48.477 6 15
Lee 3L4W 01:48.485 5 16
Chris Rowden 01:48.741 4 17
Paul 3L4W 01:48.857 3 18
Wiecher Kamping 01:49.104 2 19
Chris 3L4W 01:49.107 1 20
Jethro Titchmarsh 01:49.156 21
Ed Forsyth 01:49.442 22
Rob Anthony 01:49.607 23
Matt Belavic 01:49.608 24
Adam Kneale 01:49.626 25
Nicholas Petakas 01:49.707 26
Matt Giovanetti 01:49.823 27
Paul Robert Berli 01:50.175 28
Chris Garth 01:50.225 29
Jordan Holmes 01:50.323 30
Gilles Little 01:50.440 31
John Bean 01:50.456 32
Alberto Rolden 01:50.573 33
Ayrton Antenucci 01:51.077 34
Simon Briant 01:51.131 35
Kaleb Hurley 01:51.709 36
Jonthan Mills 01:51.891 37
Felix D 01:51.909 38
Ben Reading 01:52.660 39
Ashley Woodhouse 01:52.875 40
Lee Webster 01:53.141 41
Dan 3L4W 01:53.762 42
Tom Wright 01:54.077 43
Alberto Fernández Ruiz 01:54.212 44
Mike Mcpherson 01:57.729 45
Andi Smithers 02:02.403 46

The 2nd race of the season was Canada in the 1998 McLaren Mp4-13 that won the title for Mika Häkkinen and once again it’s a WET race. With Christmas in the middle of the race there was an extra couple of days and the final times looked like this:

Drivers Time Points Rank
Ole vestli 01:26.017 20 1
Simon Joy 01:26.035 19 2
Ayrton Antenucci 01:26.118 18 3
Chris Rowden 01:26.552 17 4
Geoff Sharp 01:26.568 16 5
Pete Bull 01:26.802 15 6
Ed Forsyth 01:26.902 14 7
Zach Wasson 01:26.929 13 8
Zach Henderson 01:26.976 12 9
Max Williams 01:27.067 11 10
Lee Swiderski 01:27.084 10 11
Jethro Titchmarsh 01:27.101 9 12
Travis Parker 01:27.122 8 13
Ian Walker 01:27.335 7 14
Gilles Little 01:27.385 6 15
Paul 3L4W 01:27.536 5 16
Joseph Heilemann 01:27.568 4 17
Wiecher Kamping 01:27.668 3 18
Ruben Hernandez 01:27.668 2 19
Eliss Carrick 01:27.672 1 20
Patrick Daly 01:27.836 21
Chris Garth 01:27.936 22
Paul Robert Berli 01:27.969 23
Cody Jones 01:27.984 24
Matt Belavic 01:28.054 25
Matt Giovanetti 01:28.099 26
Nicholas Petakas 01:28.403 27
Sam Hyde 01:28.430 28
Paul Goodall 01:28.771 29
Chris 3L4W 01:28.971 30
Tommy Brobakken 01:29.153 31
Alfie Wilkes 01:29.180 32
Ian Beeraz 01:29.437 33
Jordan Holmes 01:29.519 34
Rob Anthony 01:29.554 35
Rory Lee 01:29.571 36
Ben Reading 01:29.922 37
Aaron Latimer 01:29.937 38
Tom Wright 01:32.573 39
Dan 3L4W 01:33.058 40
Christopher Bouchey 01:34.073 41
Brad Ford 01:34.275 42
Tim Wallander 01:34.343 43

The 3rd race of the Winter Series was in Nigel Mansell’s 1992 Championship winning FW14B in Spa. And for the 1st time in the winter series, it’s was a dry race! Some good times on this one and a new winner as well!

The final results are:

Drivers Time Points Rank
Will Coates 01:53.117 20 1
Geoff Sharp 01:53.361 19 2
Ole Vestli 01:53.593 18 3
Ayrton Antenucci 01:53.812 17 4
Bradley Chambers 01:53.929 16 5
Travis Parker 01:53.946 15 6
Pete Bull 01:54.362 14 7
Max Williams 01:54.410 13 8
Freddie Brunner 01:54.413 12 9
Chris Rowden 01:54.464 11 10
Simon Joy 01:54.513 10 11
Chris Aulby 01:54.578 9 12
Wiecher Kamping 01:54.678 8 13
Ian Beeraz 01:54.696 7 14
Zach Wasson 01:54.737 6 15
Lee Webster 01:54.750 5 16
Paul Goodall 01:54.930 4 17
Reece Hyde 01:55.096 3 18
Wayne Hines 01:55.147 2 19
Ronan Fuller 01:55.447 1 20
Ed Forsyth 01:55.497 21
Ruben Hernandez 01:55.545 22
Ryan Sayer 01:55.669 23
Joseph Heilemann 01:55.713 24
Paul 3L4W 01:55.747 25
Will Hyndman 01:55.782 26
Felix D 01:55.795 27
Zane Kozmak 01:55.828 28
Chris 3L4W 01:55.847 29
Nicholas Petakas 01:56.014 30
Lee 3L4W 01:56.064 31
Bill Beesley 01:56.108 32
Paul Robert Berli 01:56.164 33
Sean Barry 01:56.213 34
Rory Lee 01:56.214 35
Chris Garth 01:56.214 36
Ian Walker 01:56.414 37
Kaleb Hurley 01:56.497 38
James Maxwell 01:57.797 39
Mike Doyle 01:57.883 40
Alberto Rolden 01:58.295 41
Christopher Bouchey 02:00.900 42
John Paul Vitullo 02:02.117 43

The 4th race of the Winter Series is Monaco in the wet in Fernando Alonso’s World Championship winning 2006 Renault R26. The cutoff for this one is Monday 29th January at 7PM UK / 2PM EST

Current Standings in the 2017/18 Winter Series championship after 3 races

Drivers Points Rank
Ole Vestli 57 1
Geoff Sharp 52 2
Simon Joy 49 3
Pete Bull 47 4
Travis Parker 36 5
Ayrton Antenucci 35 6
Chris Rowden 32 7
Max Williams 31 8
Zach Henderson 28 9
Zach Wasson 25 10
Will Coates 20 11
Ian Walker 19 12
Chris Aulby 19 13
Lee Swiderski 18 14
Bradley Chambers 16 15
Joseph Heilemann 15 16
Eliss Carrick 15 17
Patrick Daly 15 18
Ed Forsyth 14 19
Wiecher Kamping 13 20
Freddie Brunner 12 21
Ruben Hernandez 11 22
Jethro Titchmarsh 9 23
Paul 3L4W 8 24
Ian Beeraz 7 25
Gilles Little 6 26
Lee 3L4W 5 27
Lee Webster 5 28
Paul Goodall 4 29
Reece Hyde 3 30
Wayne Hines 2 31
Chris 3L4W 1 32
Ronan Fuller 1 33
Nicholas Petakas 0 34
Paul Robert Berli 0 35
Chris Garth 0 36
Matt Belavic 0 37
Matt Giovanetti 0 38
Rob Anthony 0 39
Jordan Holmes 0 40
Felix D 0 41
Rory Lee 0 42
Kaleb Hurley 0 43
Alberto Rolden 0 44
Ben Reading 0 45
Dan 3L4W 0 46
Tom Wright 0 47
Christopher Bouchey 0 48
John Paul Vitullo 0 49
Ryan Sayer 0 50
Cody Jones 0 51
Adam Kneale 0 52
Will Hyndman 0 53
Zane Kozmak 0 54
Sam Hyde 0 55
Tommy Brobakken 0 56
Bill Beesley 0 57
Alfie Wilkes 0 58
John Bean 0 59
Sean Barry 0 60
Simon Briant 0 61
Jonthan Mills 0 62
Aaron Latimer 0 63
James Maxwell 0 64
Mike Doyle 0 65
Ashley Woodhouse 0 66
Brad Ford 0 67
Tim Wallander 0 68
Alberto Fernández Ruiz 0 69
Mike Mcpherson 0 70
Andi Smithers 0 71

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