End of season awards

 

 

 

You’ve all had your say, and voted in the end of season award survey posted into the league chats and via social media, and the results are in!

Once again, congratulations to all who participated in this season and created some awesome on-track action for the rest of the community and watching viewers to see. We saw six leagues with a mixture of multi-time passes for races wins, strategic battles, intense defending and even a drag side-by-side to the line for a race victory.

Below are the results of the poll and who you think deserved to be given recognition.

 

 

Most Exciting League 

1st – F3

2nd – F2

3rd – Realistic Performance 1

 

F3 comes away with a runaway victory, with double the votes of F2 in second, whilst that beat off RP1 by one vote on the final day of the survey. The F3 league always provides fun, intense and exciting action and it seems the fight between Captain_Stiff and xMIKExSI caught your eye as the league is voted the ‘Most Exciting’ of the season. 

 

Commentator of the Year

1st – Gareth (Captain_Stiff)

2nd – Malc (F1WWFC_07)

3rd – Tim

 

We’ve seen some excellent commentary over the F1 2018 game, and whether it be from newcomers like Sab and Dan to experienced voices like Malc, they are the people who bring your races to life. We applaud all of our commentators who take time out of their week to provide a service for you all, and show their enthusiasm for not only Formula One, but for often leaving their comfort zone to bring you weekly commentary whether solo or as part of a team. However, it’s Gareth who narrowly beats Malc to ‘Commentator of the Year’ after his work on Monday night’s in the No-Assist league, on his own in season one, but subsequently joined by Sab in season two. 

 

No-Assist Driver of the Season 

1st – BoyBetterKnowSB

2nd – Speed_Queen80

3rd – Scopefielder

 

Scott enjoyed a superb season in No-Assist and not only claimed a first single drivers title accolade, but in-turn garnered the highest points total for a single driver not only this season,but since the records show with a massive 129 points after six victories. Speed_Queen comes in second, but after a win-less season will look to bounce back next season, whilst Scopefielder will be on the hunt after picking up a few votes in third and standing on the podium seven times this season.

Realistic Performance 1 Driver of the Season

1st – SkyZii

2nd – AaronJSpence2017

3rd – BoyBetterKnowSB

 

It’s the Frenchman SkyZii who takes a winning margin of 29% of the vote, and with votes spread out throughout a number of drivers, the race was close, but SkyZii edged out Aaron to top spot as the runner-up claimed 19% of all votes. SkyZii finally broke his win-less duck in Silverstone and picked up that elusive first Invictus victory.  BoyBetterKnowSB comes in third, and along with Tom_444 and Captain_Stiff were the three drivers to record more than one victory. 

 

Realistic Performance 2 Driver of the Season

1st – Megglugpy

2nd – Scopefielder

3rd – NickLJThomson

 

Runaway champion Megglugpy takes a equally sized voting chunk as he dominated not only the season, but your votes at the end. His hat-trick of wins propelled him into the lead, and from there he never looked back. He wins your driver of the season award, ahead of Scope in second and championship runner-up Nick in third, whilst votes also came in for mj_coop and Jos.

 

Equal Performance F1 Driver of the Season 

1st – Scopefielder

2nd – Megglugpy

3rd – Nikki9095

 

After taking a third and second place in the votes his races on Monday’s and Tuesday’s, the Swede makes it the full sweep of podium places and ends with a whopping 65% of the votes and the winner by a clear distance. He takes the W after winning his first ever top-tier title in the fastest Formula at Invictus, and with six wins on the way to championship gold, he certainly warranted being the driver of the season. Megglugpy was voted in second after a positive first season in F1, whilst Nikki9095 was back to winning ways in F1 and comes third. 

 

Equal Performance F2 Driver of the Season 

1st – NickLJThomson

2nd – mj_coop

3rd – SirSpud72

 

Champion NickLJThomson is given the honour of the driver of the season to go in tandem with his F2 championship crown. He was involved in a superb season long battle with the likes of mj_coop and in the latter stages white-fountain, but with an electrifying end to the season which saw him win four of the last six, and take a podium making it five trips to the rostrum in six weeks. mj_coop finishes second and F2 newcomer SirSpud endured a tough introduction to F2, but once up to speed was able to pick up some credible results and gets enough votes to be your third placed vote. 

 

Equal Performance F3 Driver of the Season 

1st – Captain_Stiff

2nd – xMIKExSI

3rd – osteven002

 

Captain_Stiff saw an impressive switch in fortunes, and after joining the league a year ago has seen him go for fighting for the final point to being a deserved winner in F3. Eight podiums with three victories gave him a first taste of Championship glory, whilst Slovenian rival xMIKExSI finishes with 18.42% of the votes in second after a strong end to the season. The season saw many new drivers provide excellent results such as Steelbl and Briggsy500 with debut podiums, but it’s osteven who continues to improve and almost triples his best ever seasons returns. 

 

Congratulations to all the winners! We hope you have as much success in the next season, the provisional driver lists are being finalised and we will be posting the league participants here when the information is released.

We will be providing a new season recap Podcast soon, with the Invictus ‘Inside Track’ being transferred over to Gareth and Sab for the coming season. Make sure you check out all social media announcements, league chats and on here for any news on the F1 2018 Invictus season review.

Gareth Hall

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