Invictus Racing League F3 Season Review

The inaugural Invictus Racing League Formula 3 series has come to its conclusion and the book was closed on a truly enthralling and thrilling series.

In the end it was Betrayer46 who took the crown as champion after a dominant season that only saw him off of the podium once throughout the eventual 11 race competition. He finally saw off the challenger WaveIntel who certainly had a breakout season with a runner up position in F3 and taking home the Performance league championship.

The top two battled it out throughout the season trading wins and points but further down the grid the table was ever changing with the midfield all scrapping over a top six finish. Third and fourth in the standings were taken by AaronJSpence and mj_coop respectively as coop in particular will rue a poor start to the season for not elevating himself into the title challenge.

SirSpud72 took a comfortable fifth with some strong results throughout the season, notably a podium in the first and last races of the season while it was BWAClyde who just pipped Captain_Stiff to sixth place in the standings as Clyde made up for some disappointing results with a podium in Britain and a fourth in Suzuka to secure a top six finish in what was a very competitive midfield.


After pre-season was dominated by NeverMiss00, the young Haas driver went into the season high on confidence and backed by many to take the title. He took victory in Australia and Russia and as the paddock filled up at round one in Mexico City the talk was all about a potential Haas vs Ferrari rivalry.

The Haas team had signed two young but hungry drivers in NeverMiss and WaveIntel who were hoping to stamp their intention on the track early but the self-proclaimed ‘old guard’ of the league were the Ferrari team of Betrayer46 and Tejuarr behind the wheel of the famous Italian manufacture. They were determined to give the Haas drivers a hard time on circuit and show that they were yet ready to allow Haas domination.

The season kicked off in Mexico and with a shower of confetti and cheers from the passionate Mexican fans it was WaveIntel who took pole position and subsequently the win whilst Betrayer who missed out on pole by three hundredths of a second just wasn’t able to keep up with WaveIntel in the final stages of the race.

SirSpud took home third position after starting seventh in a track that he enjoys and with his team mate Fascone in fifth it was a good day for Mercedes.

Pre-season favourite NeverMiss had a shocking start to the season as a first lap crash saw his race end with a bang as the Haas team were left with a car to re-build before the following week.

A win for WaveIntel gave Haas much needed relief after NeverMiss crashed out on the first lap.


The fast Interlagos circuit was next up as the teams made their way down through Central to South America. Pole was taken by mj_coop who set a brilliant lap to put his Toro Rosso ahead of Tejuarr who lined up ahead of his team-mate as WaveIntel struggled in qualifying and could only manage seventh.

The rain came down for the start of the race and with the prospect of a dry surface on the horizon it would all be about keeping it on track throughout the wet period.

It was a disastrous start for coop as he lost positions off the line and was then a passenger in an accident as NeverMiss lost control and put both cars into the wall. This once again ended NeverMiss’ race early but coop managed to limp back to the pits but he could only manage an 11th place finish. The race victory was taken by Betrayer who was superb on his intermediate tyres to get a lead before the dry tyres. He was joined on the podium by AaronJSpence in the Sauber and WaveIntel who made it up to third.

The night race in Singapore was third on the calendar as the cars raced around the Marina Bay street circuit in perfect conditions. Mj_coop took another pole position but after a mistake following his first pit-stop he retired which allowed Betrayer to guarantee the lead. The points leader didn’t have it all his own way as he held off a final lap attack from Aaron who seemed to have the move done before wing damage halted his final lap fight. In a surprise showing it was a superb race for Gazzaman96 in the Force India who came all the way from 12th to third and take his and the team’s first podium of the season. Tejuarr and Captain_Stiff both had excellent races after early mistakes saw the pit crews in action before expected as the two recovered for respectable fifth and sixth places respectively.

The first European race of the season was the home of Ferrari in Monza but the two scarlet racers had their worst points total collectively of the season.

An issue for Betrayer in qualifying saw him start from the back of the grid and only manage sixth place allowing WaveIntel to take home a comfortable and dominant victory ahead of Aaron who maintained his good form with a third consecutive second place.

The surprise result of the week was the spectacular drive from Renault driver F1Richard67 who took third after impressing all afternoon. Pole sitter was once again mj_coop but after suffering a spin at the Parabollica he required an extra pit-stop as he recovered to ninth.



F1Richard on his way to a debut podium in F3



The home of British motorsport in Silverstone held round five of the championship and after utilising brilliant one lap pace BWAClyde put his Red Bull on pole position.

However, the race victory was taken by mj_coop after an explosive final lap saw coop and Aaron collide exiting Stowe which with two corners left saw Aaron crash out and coop take to the grass allowing Betrayer through but after missing a gear on the final corner it gave coop the victory on the line as he finally managed to put his speed into practice.

Betrayer picked up second and was joined on the rostrum by Clyde who did very well to stay with the leaders. WaveIntel had earlier crashed out after an accident with the returning JFMUFC at Stowe saw both pick up extensive damage in a bitter blow for the Haas driver’s title hopes.



BWAClyde picked up his first pole position this season and finished in third after a slow start to the season. Christian Horner was quoted saying “Clyde really did well for us out there today and a pole and podium shows just how fast he can be when the car is set up right for him”



The final race before the season break was in China as the grid looked forward to the Shanghai circuit. It was SirSpud who had a rocket of a lap to get his Mercedes to the top of the times.

Unfortunately for Spud it wasn’t transferred to race pace as he dropped to seventh as mj_coop took a second win in the Toro Rosso followed home by Betrayer and WaveIntel as the Scotsman looked to make up for his non finish in Silverstone.

The season week long break became two as the Canadian Grand Prix was postponed and subsequently cancelled as the grid moved straight on from Montreal to Suzuka for the Japanese Grand Prix but it was business as usual for the top two as Betrayer took the win from WaveIntel whilst Aaron got back onto the podium in third. BWAClyde took a credible fourth as drivers like Fascone, Stiff and Notorious picked up useful points further down the order.

The beautiful city of Budapest was the location of round nine as the cars would race around the notoriously difficult overtaking circuit the Hungaroring.

The established top four had already made a break for it early in the race and it was Betrayer who won once again after taking his first pole position of the season. Coop and WaveIntel rounded out the podium but further back there were points for Bren_Ons and osteven002 as the two managed eighth and ninth.

Betrayer’s two victories had put him within touching distance of the title and with WaveIntel as his only challenger it seemed like a matter of time before he would clinch the points required.

However, the Haas driver was not prepared to give up the fight and a victory in Bahrain and a third for Betrayer who was beaten by coop for second meant that with two races left in the season it would mean that Betrayer only required a seventh place finish to win the title in Austin.  Further back Spud, Notorious and Bren_Ons all picked up useful points as the fight in the midfield for sixth to eleventh was extremely close.

Knowing that Betrayer would miss the final race in Malaysia it was a crucial race for him to wrap up the title as a ninth/tenth plus two wins for WaveIntel would see him snatch the title from the Maranello team. All worries from the pit-wall were quelled as Betrayer took the race victory and therefore put the title out of reach of his rivals with a race to spare.

WaveIntel stayed with him and picked up second with Aaron in third but it was the red garage who would be celebrating late into the night with a trip to Sixth Street in Austin and sample the fantastic night life. The team also celebrated wrapping up the constructor’s championship, with Betrayer and Tejuarr taking that accolade back to the stacked trophy cabinet within Maranello.

It was a fantastic display from Betrayer in Austin and he clinched the title with a race to spare


The final race of the season was hosted by the outgoing Sepang circuit in Malaysia and it certainly threw up a whole load of excitement as the race was predicted to be rain affected and with strategies all different across the grid it turned out to be an outstanding race.

WaveIntel finished off the season in style with a victory and his fourth of the campaign. He was followed by SirSpud who drove well to get second but it was an incredible display from Williams driver osteven002, his best result to date was ninth and using a long first stint he went from 15th on the grid to take home a first podium as he was cheered on by the rest of the field. He was followed by Captain_Stiff who after spinning out of third early on recovered from ninth to fourth to pick up his best result of the season in a frenetic end to the season.


osteven002 went from 15th to 3rd in a rain affected race in one of the drives of the season


Betrayer was quoted after claiming his title that it was “a pleasure to race against the field and that to win the title in such esteemed company means a lot” before thanking the team with “Forza Ferrari” and with five wins over the season he certainly set the benchmark for others to follow.

It was a truly deserved title for Betrayer and with such a consistent season in regards to pace and results no one could offer up a better recipient of the inaugural F3 trophy. The F3 league has shown that while not the fastest league in IRL that the racing and comradery between drivers of all teams was second to none and the races offered excitement unrivalled.


Betrayer now has to find space to put his F3 title trophy



WaveIntel took home the award for the most fastest laps over the season and it was the fast starting Captain_Stiff who made the most positions from qualifying to race results. While the only drivers to start and finish every race were both Renault drivers of Stiff and F1Richard in a consistent season for the Enstone team.

There is a very good chance that we see drivers like Betrayer, Coop and WaveIntel promoted to F2 next season but with such a competitive league left behind and with drivers ready to battle it out in the F1 2018 game. We are in store for an absolutely incredible season. Can the likes of Spud, Notorious, Clyde or Stiff look at taking up the challenge? But with so many drivers on the grid enduring positive seasons we can expect more of the same next season.

There have already been rumours of drivers linking up already and alliances forming so with contracts up with current teams it will be interesting to see who partners who next season.

The season was exciting, competitive and explosive from flag up in Australia for pre-season to flag down in Malaysia. Credit is due to all drivers for making it a memorable season and the admin team for creating the positive and fun community within the league.

Registrations are open for F1 2018 so join up now and experience it for yourself!

Season 5 – Championships Heating Up

Season 5

5 Championships Yet To Be Decided!!!



As our 5th Season reaches a dramatic end; with all 5 League Championships yet to be decided, Invictus Racing Leagues approached the Championship contenders to ask their thoughts on their Championship experiences and ambitions. We begin with the Invictus [F1] No-Assists League where there remains a 4-way battle for the Driver’s Championship crown between nikki9095, ChielNijland, Stifler1980 and J03L -v520v-. 


The top 3 drivers of the Invictus [F1] No-Assists League were approached, beginning with Championship leader nikki9095:

Invictus: “nikki9095, you currently lead the Driver’s Championship in the No-Assists League, securing two race wins, one 2nd place finish and one 3rd place finish. It’s fair to say you’ve earned the top spot with consistency – can you maintain this form in the second half of the season and secure the Driver’s crown”?

nikki9095: “I really hope so. I hope I can maintain my consistency until the last race of the season. And honestly it’s hard to get that consistency for every race”.

Invictus: “ChielNijland has been impressive on his debut season in the No-Assists League, while Mark isn’t too far off either, are you feeling the pressure from both Championship rivals? And what are you doing to handle this pressure”?

nikki9095: “Yes he is. ChielNijland is a really good driver and Mark also. Of course I’m worried to lose the championship by them haha. And there’s Gamer beside them who’s getting me worried also. I think it’s just practice to handle this pressure”.

Invictus: “We have 4 races remaining in this final season of 2017, what races are you feeling confident/anxious about”?

nikki9095: “I always feel anxious in every race to be honest. But I hope I can have a good performance there”.



CheilNijland, who occupies 2nd place in the Invictus [F1] No-Assists League and trails nikki9095 by 6 points had this to say:

Invictus: “ChielNijland, you’ve had an impressive debut season in the No-Assists League, currently sitting second in the Driver’s Championship – can you make up the 6 point gap to Nikki and go on to secure the Driver Championship crown”?

ChielNijland: “I hope so, Nikki is a great driver and I don’t know if I can reach his pace. I think I can make up the 6 point gap, but I really need to keep on pushing”.

Invictus: “You’ve been on the Podium 3 times this season, can you go one better and secure that elusive race win”?

ChielNijland: “The race win has been avoiding me, hasn’t it? I definitely think I’ll win a race once, but it’s just a matter of time. I don’t have much races left this season as I’m going on a holiday”.

Invictus: “It appears that consistency has been key to where you are in the Championship – can you maintain this form in the final stages of the season”? 

ChielNijland: “Consistency has definitely been the key to the success. I’ll just do the same as what I’ve been doing so far, so hopefully my consistency will keep the same as well. But as I said, I won’t be present for two weeks, so I might have to do something more to secure the championship win”.

Invictus: “Mark has now tied with you on points, joining you in 2nd place in the Championship; are you concerned about his current form and can you hold him off”?

ChielNijland: “Mark has been really fast in the past few races and he’s closed the gap. I think we are pretty much equal in pace, but if he maintains his current form of driving he’ll definitely have a chance of securing the championship lead”.



Stifler1980, who is joint 2nd alongside ChielNijland was next to share his thoughts:

Invictus: “Stifler1980, despite missing the Brazilian Grand Prix you are now joint 2nd with ChielNijland and are 6 points behind Championship leader nikki9095, what do you think of your chances in securing the Driver’s crown this season”?

Stifler1980: “Honestly, I don’t consider myself to be in the title race. The tracks coming up are not strong favourites of mine and I really feel the guys have all elevated their driving and pace to another level! I’ll race as hard and as fair as I can but I think performances may drop in the future”.

Invictus: “You’ve been in good form this season, finishing no lower than 5th and securing two 2nd places, can you secure that race win? If so, which track do you think that will be”?

Stifler1980: “As stated above, no, I don’t think I’ll get the win this year. I generally build results around a consistent pace rather than being the fastest out there and look to pick up points from others mistakes. There are a lot of talents fast drivers on the grid this year and I don’t think I have the package to match that at the moment”.

Invictus: “It’s fair to say that nikki9095 and ChielNijland have had a good season so far, what can you do to ensure that you finish the second half of the season stronger than them”?

Stifler1980: “Yes, they’ve both been excellent. Nikki has always been fast and fair but this season he has really elevated his pace. I’ll do what I can and try and stick with them but it wont be easy. I’ll focus on maximizing my performance and then see where everything falls when the flag comes down”.

Invictus: “After two good races J03L -v520v- has put himself within touching distance of you, are you concerned about him at this stage of the season”?

Stifler1980: “Very much so, he was lightning fast at Silverstone and Monza and has really made an impact. I think he has the momentum in his favour and has a great shot to take it to the top of the table guys. I’ll do what I always do, focus on myself and run the best race I can”!



The Invictus [F1] Performance League has witnessed another spectacular and unpredictable season, seeing 6 different race winners. As the Championship nears it’s conclusion Invictus was only able to contact one of the three drivers in contention for the Performance League Driver’s Title; nickLJThomson:


We begin with nickLJThomson who currently sits in 2nd in the Driver’s Championship:

Invictus: “After 7 races you sit 2nd in the Performance League Driver table, 1 point behind Megglugpy and 3 points ahead of Theboogster711; can you become the new Performance League Champion”?

nickLJThomson: “I really hope so, I had a good run in this league last season but fell away from contention towards the end of the season which was disappointing. But I learned a lot from that first season of league racing, so hopefully that experience will stand me in good stead and I can keep pushing towards the title. Theboogster is super quick and guys like Megglugpy, sjd1988 and mj_coop are still in the championship fight. It will be hard to keep ahead of them but if I can remain in form I feel like I’ll be hard to beat in this league”.

Invictus: “Although you’ve secured two 3rd place finishes, you have yet to stand on the top step of the Podium, what do you need to do to secure a race win, and is it vital to win races to win Championships”?

nickLJThomson: “Of course everyone wants to win, and it would be great to be able to win a race and would be fantastic for my season, but I don’t think it’s vital for winning the championship. By nature of this league the grid and podium can change drastically each week so scoring points in each race is more important I think. Not only that we have some very quick racers in this league, winning can be very difficult”.

Invictus: “With Theboogster711 not racing in the Chinese Grand Prix, have you been fortunate to sit where you are, and have you a strategy for the remainder of the season”?

nickLJThomson: “Yeah I’ve had a little bit of luck at this point, but in any championship you need a bit of luck to get the job done, so I’ll take whatever lucky breaks I can. I have tried to tweak my rota at work to ensure I have enough time to practice before each race, but that’s as far as my strategy goes just now! I know I need to remain consistent and maximise my result in each race and avoid any incidents. I’ve got some really quick guys around me, so I know any mistakes will be punished”.

Invictus: “4 races remain of this season, are there any tracks that concern you or are looking forward to, if so – why”?

nickLJThomson: “I like all of the tracks that we have left, I’ve had podiums at Hungary and Bahrain so I’ll be looking forward to those tracks. I really like Malaysia and USA too”.



We now focus on the Equal Performance Leagues, beginning with the F1 League. VSR_Charles currently leads the Driver’s Championship by 3 points over sambamkid, while gamer_DA_best262 trails by 6 points and VSR_Brady by 10 points.


Again we were only able to speak with one of the Chapoinship hopefuls; Sambamkid:

Invictus: “Sambamkid, you’ve had a very consistent season thus far, being within touching distance of VSR_Charles, though that race win still eludes you. Can you change that fact and get a race win under your belt”?

Sambamkid: “I would like to think I can just need some luck to go my way and I like some of the tracks coming up anything is possible”.

Invictus: “Your two main rivals are teammates, does this make it easier or harder for you and can you explain why”?

Sambamkid: “Both really as only one of them can get the better pit stop. And then if it a one way fight they can have a blocker to help his team mate. So it depends what’s happening in the race”.

Invictus: “We are nearing the end of the Season, have you given much thought on who you will partner with next Season”?

Sambamkid: “Not yet will do when this season is done”.



Sambamkid will be hoping to close the gap to VSR_Charles



The Invictus F2 League has really been a two horse race between mdoran09 and Megglugpy. Mdoran09 currently leads the Driver’s Championship by 6 points. Invictus recently spoke with Megglugpy with mdoran09 being unavailable for comment:

Invictus: “Megglugpy, it looks like it’s a two horse race for the title between yourself and mdoran09. Can you beat him”?

Megglugpy: “Mdoran09 is a rapid driver, and consistent in all conditions. It’s been tough to keep up at times, especially with his winning streak. But to be only a few points going into the final few races is exciting. It could come down to 1 DNF or mistake. Anything can happen! I am hoping I can do it and that McLaren can keep giving me a good car”!

Invictus: “You’ve managed to secure a race win, but just lost out in Singapore for your second. Can you secure another win, and if so what track will give you the best chance”?

Megglugpy: “Only 1 win is a little disappointing. Brazil was perfect. Pole, fastest in the race (albeit Mdoran09 was close) and full points was great. But Singapore was bittersweet – I had a terrible qualifying in the wet, but then had some great luck when I was able to pick through the debris after a major incident between several cars. I was then in 2nd, and chased down a decent gap on Mdoran09. I was hyped when I was able to pass him, and my confidence rose as I built a gap. But…at that point it started raining, and it gave Mdoran09 the chance to chase me back down with his superior pace in the wet. Was happy to be fastest in the dry, and to hold off Mdoran09 on track, but unfortunately the stewards deemed that I had a small time penalty for track limits which meant I was demoted behind Mdoran09. So close yet so far. I would love to get another win but to be fair Mdoran09 looks strong on all tracks and in all conditions. Given I won there last year, I would say Bahrain is my best chance”.

Invictus: “Like mdoran09, it’s likely that you will be promoted to the F1 League next season, how do you think you’ll do in the top tier League and have you identified a possible teammate”?

Megglugpy: “Being promoted would be a huge honour for me. The chance to test myself against some very fast drivers would be great. That said, I do fear that I will be towards the back of the grid given the insane skills and pace those guys and gals have. If I do get a drive though, someone experienced in the league would be a good teammate to take me under my wing, someone like Sambamkid”.



Megglugpy believes he can overcome mdoran09



The Invictus F3 League has witnessed Betrayer46 dominate while Aaronjspence2017 and WaVeIntel are tied in 2nd on 41 points each. We begin with Championship leader Betrayer46:

Invictus: “Betrayer46, as we approach the end of the F3 Season you have two race wins, three 2nd place finishes and lead the Driver’s Championship by 18 points; it doesn’t get much better than that surely”?

Betrayer46: “To be honest I’m disappointed not to have finished on the podium at Monza. Mistakes during qualifying cost me big time, had to start from the back. Apart from that yeah, fairly happy with how the season has gone. There are some quick drivers here plus MJ Coop has gone up 3 levels in recent weeks”. 

Invictus: “As well as leading the Driver’s Championship, yourself and Tom lead the Constructors by quite a margin; are you the perfect team combination, or is there room for improvement”?

Betrayer46: “Tom had a great start but he’s recently dropped off for some reason. He’s very competitive and fancies his chances on beating me which is good. Hopefully he can find form again and score not only podiums but wins as he’s more than capable as he’s proved in the past”.

Invictus: “With having an 18 point gap over challengers Aaron and WaVeIntel, are you in a privileged position now, being able to take less risks knowing you just need to manage the gap”?

Betrayer46: “That’s not me. I race to win all the time. I’ll still take risks and drive like I’ve always done. Sometimes though you have to hold your hands up and settle for what you have. Plus the guys are aware I’m gonna miss the last race of the season as I’ll be away on holiday. I’m not prepared to take my foot off the gas and to be honest I’m worried about mj_coop”.

Invictus: “It looks like you may have one hand on the Driver Crown this season, and are likely to move up to F2 next season; are you keeping one eye on F2 to prepare for next season’s competitors”?

Betrayer46: “I’m not sure what I’m gonna do next season. I’m just gonna concentrate on this season and try and bring the constructors home for Tom and hopefully the drivers for me”.



Betrayer46 stated that he will push every race



Aaronjspence2017, currently tied in 2nd place with WaVeIntel was next:

Invictus: “Aaron, you are currently tied for 2nd position in the Driver’s Championship, 18 points behind Championship leader Betrayer46; is 2nd the best you can hope for now, or do you think the title is still possible”?

Aaron: “Yes I still think the title is still a possibility however it will be tough to turn around 18 points however anything is possible with 4 races to go”.

Invictus: “We’ve seen a recent move, joining gazzaman despite securing three 2nd place finishes, can you go that one better and secure a race win this season”?

Aaron: “I hope so I have the potential and perhaps should have won Singapore if it was not for penalties”.

Invictus: “We’ve recently returned from the F3 mid-season break, how did you spend your time”?

Aaron: “Watching world cup mostly and spending time with my children and also trying to practice with a wheel for the first time”.

Invictus: “You are tied with WaVeIntel on 41 points with him securing two race victories when that is something you have yet to accomplish, does this give him a psychological edge over you, and can you dominate this battle between you both”?

Aaron: “I don’t think it gives him a physiological advantage however it does give him that little bit more of a edge if he is front as I have yet to do so we also have Coop who is hot on form at the minute so the second half of the season will be great to see how it pans out”. 



Aaronjspence2017 looking comfortable at Force India after his recent move



WaVeIntel who is tied with Aaron in 2nd place is our final driver in contention for the F3 Championship:

Invictus: “WaVeIntel, you are currently tied with Aaron for 2nd place with 41 points, 18 points behind Betrayer46 – is Betrayer46 uncatchable”?

WaVeIntel: “He’s not uncatchable, I will just have to push harder from here on out to secure higher finished than Betrayer does. If I can start qualifying higher that could help out a lot”.

Invictus: “You’ve secured two race wins this season. Although tied on points with Aaron who has yet to secure a race win, does those race victories give you an advantage over him – knowing what it takes to win a race”?

WaVeIntel: “If there is an advantage I don’t see it. Aaron is a quick driver and I expect him to win at least one race before the end of the season. I get the feeling Aaron already knows he can win and that in my opinion is the biggest hurdle to actually winning, it’s hard to win if you don’t think you can”.

Invictus: “You’ve recently lost your teammate nevermiss due to other commitments, does this put you at a disadvantage in the Driver’s Championship”?

WaVeIntel: “I don’t think this will have too big of an impact, obviously having a rear gunner can be a massive help but I haven’t needed one this far so I don’t think I will from here on”.

Invictus: “The F3 League recently returned from it’s mid-season break. How did you use your time to prepare for the second half of the F3 Season”?

WaVeIntel: “The same as for any other race, getting practice in a fair amount of the time but not stressing over lap times or anything of the like. The championship will be hard fought from here on, getting practice now is paramount”.



WaVeIntel is hoping to close the gap to Betrayer46



We’ve heard from most of the Championship contenders. However the Season comes to it’s conclusion, we will certainly have a cracking end to our 5th Season. 










From Pre-Season to Mexico – Who Will Succeed?

3 Drivers In Contention for Glory?


Season 5 promises to be the most competitive yet


As pre-season draws to a close in Albert Park, Melbourne drivers throughout Invictus Racing Leagues have begun turning their attentions to Round 1 – the Mexican Grand Prix. Our Invictus correspondent managed to speak with drivers who may have a strong chance of securing success this season; Jamie_6328, mj_coop and VSR_Charles.

We start with Equal Performance League 1 Championship hopeful VSR_Charles:


Invictus: You recently joined Invictus Racing Leagues, coming from a very reputable esports racing team and secured the win in Australia, beating last season’s F1 Champion by 11 seconds; surely you are the early favourite to secure the F1 Driver’s Crown this season”.

Charles: “Securing the win over Sam certainly means I’m in the conversation but let’s not forget that Brady had won the first pre-season race at Russia. I feel that if my form keeps up that I’ll definitely be a threat to the title”.



VSR_Charles completing Free Practice



Invictus: “Both yourself and your teammate at Williams, VSR_Brady are very quick drivers, will we see team orders at Williams or will you both free to race”? 

Charles: “We’re very quick but the agreement between us is Constructors first and once that’s sorted then we can begin fighting. Although if we break away from the pack in the early rounds there will definitely be some exciting battles between us”.

Invictus: “We have just completed pre-season testing. Was there anyone you have identified as a main rival”?

Charles: “Funnily enough my main rival isn’t the reigning champion. I feel as if his rhythm has been put off my mine and Brady’s pace so I’d definitely have to say my teammate is the one to beat. Head to head, it’ll be a good fight”.


We now focus on F2 returning driver Jamie_6328:

Invictus: “You return to Invictus Racing Leagues after a short absence, how have you been spending your time and how close to being ready are you for competitive online racing”?

Jamie_6328: “Well in recent months I took a break from driving F1 cars and have done a little racing in other categories, I’m glad to return to F1 though, I’m committed more than ever and look forward to getting back on track racing, in terms of being close to being competitive I’m as ready as I can be, I’ve won races in the past and I’m confident I will win again”.

Invictus: “You’re remembered as a consistently quick driver and good defender, have you improved on other parts of your driving and race craft”?

Jamie_6328: “Tyre saving I’d say is what I’ve improved on the most and of course just working on more consistency”.



Jamie_6328 putting in practice for Force India – but will we see him at Renault?



Invictus: “We see you as the sole driver at Force India, and yet there are rumours of a move Renault, can you substantiate these rumours”?

Jamie_6328: “Well anything is possible, at the moment both seats are currently taken, If one becomes available then of course I’d consider it but nothing is confirmed, Hulk is a an old teammate of mine from a previous league, we worked well together before and made a pretty strong team so all that would be considered should the opportunity arise, but at the moment I’m just focusing of getting ready for the season”.

Invictus: “With the F2 League being closer than ever, how do you rate your chances this season going up against tough competition”?

Jamie_6328: “I’ll take it each race at a time, there’s tracks I’m strong at and some I’m weaker at, same with everyone else, I’m looking forward to the close racing, the goal is to win races so hopefully I can make that happen”.


We now focus on the F3 League. Mj_coop was impressive in first season at Invictus; how will he perform this season?

Invictus: “You remain alongside similar drivers to last season, what did you learn about yourself and your competition in your first season at Invictus Racing Leagues, and how can you use that to your advantage this season”?

mj_coop: “I learnt that I have a lot to improve on! Last season was my first time in any form of competitive league racing, so it gave me a good indicator where I am, and where I need to improve. The competition helps in that you can see what others are doing and apply any gains to your driving, and the fact I remain racing amongst familiar driving makes me far more comfortable in the fact that I have learn which drivers I can trust racing wheel to wheel with. With the new drivers there is always so guess work”.

Invictus: “You showed very good pace in Qualifying last season and there were rumours that you almost made the F2 League, surely you must be a favourite to secure the Driver’s Crown this season in F3”?

mj_coop: “I myself know where I’m at with my driving, and I’m very happy to be in F3. I feel in F2 I would have been out of my depth a little, and confidence can drop when not competing at the front. So I’m happy and excited for the F3 season. Looking at the F3 grid, there are a lot of quick drivers here so I’m not writing anyone off yet. It should be a very close season, but of course you have to believe in yourself and I feel my pace has improved vastly so if I’m not competing around the front I’ll definitely be disappointed”.

Invictus: “You have teamed up with nitrogash this season at Torro Rosso, a very experienced driver. How do you intend to work together and have you learned anything from veteran nitrogash? Also you are the junior team of Red Bull racing – can you give the senior team a showing up”?

mj_coop: “It’s actually our second season together, as we were together last season also! I’ve already had a quick chat with Nitrogash and we both feel we need to work together better this season to get the best result for each other and the team. Setups and race strategy is something we’ll definitely be sharing together, but if I can learn more from his experience, that would be great! I’m not sure how strong the lineup of the sister team is, but yeah we’ll definitely be going to beat them”!



Although missing pre-season testing, mj_coop will be hoping for success this season



Invictus: “We have just completed pre-season testing. Have you identified an early rival – someone to be mindful of this season. And if so how can you ensure success for yourself and Torro Rosso”?

mj_coop: “I missed pre-season unfortunately, but I definitely have been working hard in the off season and kept an eye on the results. It seems Nevermiss is the man to beat right now, and Wave is fairly consistent, and Spud is always somewhere around. So I’ll be keeping an eye on those guys, but I think rivalries will develop as the season goes on. Success for me and the team is definitely going to be consistency and keeping out of trouble. If I can qualify near the front, then that should give me every chance of avoiding trouble & bagging good points for me and the team! Bring on Mexico”!



A Prelude to Pre-Season

Preparing for Pre-Season

A Driver’s Perspective



Martin Brundle caught up with our drivers ahead of pre- season practice



With a week to go until pre-season begins in Sochi, Sky Sports’ Martin Brundle managed to catch-up with some of Invictus Racing Leagues’ drivers; asking about how they’re preparing for Season 5 – we begin with Betrayer46.


Brundle: “Hi Jim and thank you for taking the time to speak with us at Sky Sports F1. Next season we see you return to an Equal Performance League, but changing to using No-Assists; how do you rate your chances going into the F3 League and what are your pre-season targets”.

Betrayer46: “The switch to using no assists is a massive challenge. I’ve been toying with the idea for a while now. When I first started in the performance league I realised very early I was too slow to mount any sort of challenge. For the first time ever I practised with medium T/C and found nearly a second a lap on all circuits. I noticed that some of the guys in the performance league use no assists, Nick and Coop being just two. It was then that I started practising off line with no assists. It brings the game to life IMO; totally different game. I have to concentrate big time just to keep the car in the grey stuff. As for my chances? Hmm to finish every race is the goal. I know I’m gonna be slower than when using assists but to finish all the races and even get some points is the goal. I’m realistic, I have no chance of winning the title”.


Betrayer46 practicing ahead of pre-season



Brundle: “Next season we see you joining Tejuarr, making you both the most experienced team on track, can you use this experience to give yourselves an ”edge” and if so; how”?

Betrayer46: “In all the years, I think its 8 now! of online racing in all the different leagues I’ve never had the pleasure of having Tej as a team mate. I see him as the No 1 in the team and I just hope I can score some points to help us challenge for the constructors. I don’t see us having an edge to be honest, its a young mans sport”. 


Brundle: “How prepared do you feel going into next season after changing to using no-assists? Is there anything you need to improve on”?

Betrayer46: “I’m making less mistakes off line, I don’t tend to bin it out the blue and my reactions are quite good now when the car does go. Car set-up needs to improve and finding the right braking points on some tracks. Overall I’m quite happy with how its going and I can only get faster!!”.


Brundle: “Have you identified anyone as a possible rival ahead of pre-season and have yourself and Tejuaar worked out a ”Season strategy”?

Betrayer46: “With me using no assists it makes Tom the instant team leader as he is gonna be faster. I don’t intend to be a Max Verstappen and screw Tej about. I will follow team orders and I will help Tom as much as I can”.

Brundle: “Thanks for taking time to speak with us”.



Current F2 Driver Champion NoFudge4U_PL was next:


Brundle: “You sit here the current F2 Driver and Constructor Champion, can you defend both titles next season”?

NoFudge4U_PL: “I saw some really rapid drivers so I will be going into the season hoping to defend the constructors title with P-3–“.


Brundle: “Have you identified any early rivals going into the F2 season, if so how can you give yourself an advantage over the competition”?

NoFudge4U_PL: “My target is to beat guys like Megglugpy, Nick and oli who I have raced last season, my advantage this season would have to go down to the tracks as there are some like Mexico, Singapore Japan, Hungary and USA which I really like”. 


Brundle: “We see you pairing up with P-3– again and we saw it had a winning formula last season, have you both planned and prepared for this season”?

NoFudge4U_PL: “For this season we will both be number 1 drivers and then depending our positions in the Championship we will make a decision to make one of us the number one driver”. 


Brundle: “There will be familiar and new faces in F2 this season, what’s your top 3 Predictions for the Driver’s Championship next season”?

NoFudge4U_PL: “From what i saw TomAJ91 is the clear favourite as even in sprint races his pace was ridiculous, for second place I would put my money on Megglugpy, he has consistency but not enough pace to challenge TomAJ91, for third place I will put down Rossi as I feel like he might struggle in some races when running no assists.



Current F1 Driver and Constructor Champion sambamkid was next:


Brundle: “Ahead of Season 5 you sit here the current driver and constructor Champion, can you do the double again next season”?

sambamkid: “I would like to make that happen again but will be difficult this time around”.


Brundle: “This season you have ended you partnership with gamer_DA_best262 and have now teamed up with Shortbread24, what was the thinking behind breaking up a Championship winning team”?

sambamkid: Gamer wanted the Ferrari and I wanted to stay in the Mercedes. I’m good mates with shortbread so it was a easy pick”.


sambamkid preparing to defend his title


Brundle: “The F1 League has seen some new faces join the League, what are your plans, strategy wise ahead of next season – will you be ”game playing any in pre-season”?

sambamkid: “Umm not sure atm we will wait and see on that one”.


Brundle: “You secured 2nd place in the last races of the season while gamer_DA_best262 won the last 4 race – what can you do to stop him”?

sambamkid: “Take him out haha, it’s really difficult to beat gamer he is stupid quick. But it’s really rewarding when you beat him”.



Invictus Racing Leagues – Meets the New Staff

Invictus Racing League

Meeting Our New Admin Members




As Invictus Racing Leagues prepare for it’s 5th Season, it was decided that now was the correct time to expand. During this expansion it was clear that Invictus Racing Leagues also had to expand the Admin Team. So we took some time to meet and introduce our new Admin members.

We begin with the Invictus [F1] No-Assists League. Nikki9095 becomes a co-admin alongside Sargent_009 and Speed_Queen80. We caught up with nikki9095 recently:


“You sit here a newly promoted admin of the No-Assists League, how are you feeling about this new responsibility”?

nikki9095: “I feel it’s an honour for me to be a Co-Admin in Invictus. I’m very thankful for this opportunity. I will do my best to not disappointing you guys”.


Invictus: “What personal touch would you like to add to the league and are there any idea(s) you have for improving the league or would like to see implemented”?

nikki9095: “I have some idea. How about if we can collect some money from all members to pay our commentators? I think the commentator job should get some credit because that was not an easy thing, and if they get paid they will think that is the real job. And they will improve and do it professional in every week. Once again this was just my idea. Maybe we can try with $4 or $5 for every months. But we don’t have to force every member to pay, it’s just a kind of voluntary thing. I’m sure there’s a lot of member wants to do that”.


Invictus: “How are you preparing for the new season as an admin and driver”?

nikki9095: “As an admin : I will wait until the season start because my responsibility is to help Sarge make a car allocations. As a driver : I have to practice harder so i can compete with F1 equal drivers because they all crazy fast”.



nickLJThomson is our next Admin member that we spoke with. NickLJThomson becomes co-admin of the F2 Equal Performance League with delange93. We posed the same questions to nickLJThomson after a recent practice race:


Invictus: “You sit here a newly promoted admin of the F2 Equal Performance League, how are you feeling about this new responsibility”?

nick: “I was quite surprised when I was asked to take on an admin role, but of course I had to say yes! I’m sure it’s not easy to run such a busy site with so many members, so I’m happy to get involved and do my part”.


Invictus: “What personal touch would you like to add to the league and are there any idea(s) you have for improving the league or would like to see implemented”?

nick: “I don’t think I need to add much at all, just hoping to continue the excellent atmosphere we have here at Invictus. The only idea I had thought of was possibly to reduce damage during the races, with the safety car being broken any early damage will almost certainly ruin your race, and it can make races very anti climactic, especially if you have put in lots of practice”. 


Invictus: “How are you preparing for the new season as an admin and driver”?

nick: “On the admin side I’m lucky to have Delange with me, he knows exactly what he’s doing. So just trying to make myself useful and do as much as I can and learn what I need to do from him as much as possible. As a driver I’ve bit the bullet and got myself a wheel and chair! So really hoping to improve and to possibly be in contention for the title again”. 


Invictus Racing Leagues sees a brand new Admin team taking control of the F1 Equal Performance League in the shape of gamer_DA_best262 and sambamkid, alongside Narayan. We were able to ask sambamkid on his thoughts, gamer_DA_best262 was unavailable for comment:


Invictus: “You sit here a newly promoted admin of the F1 Equal Performance League, how are you feeling about this new responsibility”?

sambamkid: “I am really happy to join the admin team for the F1 league. And look forward to helping the league grow”.


Invictus: “What personal touch would you like to add to the league and are there any idea(s) you have for improving the league or would like to see implemented”?

sambamkid: “I will wait to see how things are running first and then change things that need improving or need adding in”.


Invictus: “How are you preparing for the new season as an admin and driver”?

sambamkid: “Same as normal”.



Ahead of Season 5, Invictus Racing Leagues would like to wish all new Admin members the best of luck in their new roles and responsibilities.









McLaren Mighty in Monza

Speed_Queen80 Secures Back-to-Back Victories

Is Back-to-Back Titles Possible?



Speed_Queen80 puts in a dominant performance in Monza



Last night’s Invictus [F1] No-Assists League race in Monza witnessed a totally dominant and commanding display from McLaren driver Speed_Queen. The current Invictus [F1] No-Assists champion made impressive progress towards securing consecutive No-Assists League titles. Although only able to secure 6th in Qualifying against tough competition, Speed_Queen was able to gain two positions on the run down to Turn 1; moving upto 4th position. Force India driver Mamafisher, who secured Pole Position maintained the race lead from the beginning while Haas driver Sargent_009 and Williams driver Stiffler1980 held onto 2nd and 3rd.


While Mamafisher battled with Sargent_009 for the lead early in the race, this allowed Stiffler1980 and Speed_Queen to edge ever closer. Sargent_009 took the lead on Lap 2 after Mamafisher suffered and incident, promoting Stiffler1980 to 2nd and Speed_Queen to 3rd. However, contact between Stiffler1980 and Sargent_009 on Lap 3 provided Speed_Queen with the opportunity to seize the lead of the race.


Although coming under early pressure from Mamafisher and Sargen_009, Speed_Queen successfully held them off and also gained advantage while Mamafisher and Sargent battled for position. Speed_Queens’s title challenger VeniVidiVici was unfortunate to experience terminal damage while driving for Sauber, but will be hoping to come back stronger at the Circuit of the Americas.


After Round 4 of the Invictus [F1] No-Assists League Speed_Queen holds onto a 13 point lead in the Driver’s Championship; with a third of the Season completed Speed_Queen is ahead by more than a one-race win. The question will be, can Speed_Queen maintain her early form to secure consecutive Driver titles in the No-Assists League.



Speed_Queen80 celebrating last night’s race victory


















Ahead of the F2 Mexican Grand Prix Sky Sport’s Ted Kravitz was able to invite the four Driver’s Championship hopefuls to the Driver’s Press Conference.


Ted Kravitz: “I’d like to welcome and introduce F2 driver championship contenders. From Scuderia Ferrari and current championship leader NotoriousL_I_P, representing Haas F1 Team and currently second in the championship delange93, from Mercedes and third placed driver xMikexSI and finally from McLaren-Honda forth placed driver Craig8728”.

“Welcome to all drivers. I’d like to begin with championship leader NotoriousL_I_P. You have now re-taken the lead in the Championship with a 4 point lead over Delange, a 6 point lead on Mike and a 13 point gap over Craig; how are you feeling going into the final two races of this season”?



Scuderia Ferrari driver NotoriousL_I_P reports feeling excited and nervous


NotoriousL_I_P: “Nervous and excited ,they’re two tracks that will have a lot of battles going on and wheel to wheel action”.

Ted Kravitz: “You and Jamiemet are in a Constructor Championship battle with Haas, can you do the double”?

NotoriousL_I_P: “If we can get lucky and get no damage we can do the double”.

Ted Kravitz: “When you look at your Championship rivals, what are their strengths and weaknesses and can you use that knowledge to gain an advantage”?

NotoriousL_I_P: “Their strengths are pace and none to very few penalties.I’m not to sure of their weakness”.

Ted Kravitz: “What are your strengths and weaknesses and what do you need to do to ensure the Championship comes home with you”?

NotoriousL_I_P: “My strengths are good pace, good tyre wear. My weakness is rain”.

Ted Kravitz: “Drivers or Constructor Title. What are you prioritising”?

NotoriousL_I_P: “My priority is of course the driver’s but it would be nice to win both”.

Ted Kravitz: “And finally, Who do you honestly see winning the Driver’s Championship”?

NotoriousL_I_P: “I think if who ever wins Mexico will win the championship”. 



delange93 remains motivated despite difficulty in China


Ted Kravitz: “We move onto Haas F1 Team driver delange93. You have just lost your 2 point Gap to Notorious and now trail him by 4 points with Mike hot on your heels with 2 points behind you, while Craig is closing the gap and is 9 points behind – how are you feeling at this moment and what is your game plan for Mexico and Singapore”?

delange93: “Well it was a disappointing and messy race for me. Was aiming for a podium spot but made a couple of minor mistakes and since China isn’t one of my best circuits I think I’m quite happy with the result. But still highly motivated for the last 2 races. I think Mexico will suit the car but you never know what will happen. Things getting tense”!

Ted Kravitz: “KiLo has recently moved to Haas to become your teammate, will you be hoping for his help to hold Notorious , Mike and Craig back or are you intending to go it alone”?

delange93: “Yes! Great news! I’m stoked to have KiLo as a teammate. He is a very good and fair driver and therefore I think he will be going as fast as possible whoever is behind him”. 

Ted Kravitz: “When you look at your Championship rivals, what are their strengths and weaknesses and can you use that knowledge to gain an advantage”?

delange93: “Notorious, Mike and Craig are outstanding drivers. They almost never make mistakes and are always quick. But their key to success this season is their consistency I think. Notorious has won the last race and although Mike and Craig haven’t won a race yet, they are fighting for the title. Very good to see! At this point I don’t see obvious weaknesses, their all capable of winning the title”. 

Ted Kravitz: “What are your strengths and weaknesses and what do you need to do to ensure the Championship comes home with you”?

delange93: “Where I’m most happy with are my setups and my progress I made during the season. I never expected to be fighting for the title in my first season. But for the last 2 races I’ll just take it race by race and try the best I can. A win would definitely help ;)”. 

Ted Kravitz: “Drivers or Constructor Title. What are you prioritising”?

delange93: “I’m aiming for both the titles of course. But since my former teammate unomi couldn’t attend a couple of races and KiLo just signed at Haas I think it’s best to focus on the driver title and see where the points we score as a team us takes in the standings. But I’m sure KiLo and I are able to get some good results”.

Ted Kravitz: “And finally, who do you honestly see winning the Driver’s Championship”?

delange93: “That’s a really hard one. It’s almost impossible to tell. The 4 of us could win the title. You never know what will happen. But for now Notorious is doing a wonderful job, so he is the guy to catch. I do everything I can to ruin his party”. 



Mike remains focused ahead of Mexico


Ted Kravitz: “We come to Mercedes driver Mike, after securing a hard-fought back to back podiums against Championship rival Craig you find yourself 6 points behind Championship leader Notorious, while delange is 2 points ahead of you with Craig trailing behind you by 7 points; how are you feeling going into the final two races”?

Mike: “A bit surreal I have to admit, wouldn’t think of it as the grid is really strong always, but chaos races like Canada did help me a lot”.

Ted Kravitz: “Mercedes are still technically in the hunt for the Constructors Championship – can you secure both Championships? Is this a goal for you this season”?

Mike: “Winning The Constructor’s wasn’t in our both plans but we secured some good points. I think we both would be very happy with a top 3 finish and I mean really happy”!

Ted Kravitz: “When you look at your Championship rivals, what are their strengths and weaknesses and can you use that knowledge to gain an advantage”?

Mike: “Hard to use any of their weaknesses directly as it’s something that is entirely up to them all are great drivers which you cannot easily force into making a mistake during the races”.

Ted Kravitz: “What are your strengths and weaknesses and what do you need to do to ensure the Championship comes home with you”?

Mike: “My weakness and a great one is qualifying performance, beginning with the 2017 cars I struggle a lot with one lap pace. My strengths could be adapting the car setup and stronger race craft than the seasons before …. Something of a mixed bag is my tendency to be a bit too cautious but actually it saved me more times so it’s kind of a strength I am not even dreaming about the championship win I will take the last races as it is the beginning of the season, If I am slow I am slow if I am quick then I am quick, so let’s wait it out”.

Ted Kravitz: “Drivers or Constructor Title. What are you prioritising”?

Mike: “Neither actually as Spud is not a rival in the championship, that enables us to take each race as it comes and focus on both scoring as much as possible and I know If Spud can help me on track he will do it, as always we didn’t ever risk anything on the track with going hard at each othter, If one of us is the quicker one the other didn’t give a hard time”.

Ted Kravitz: “Finally, who do you honestly see winning the Driver’s Championship”?

Mike: “If you would ask me at the beginning of the season I would say Craig, but now as the standings are both Delange and Notorious have a good shot at it, but i see Notorious winning it as he has a gap of 4 and 6 points which is a lot and he can go very tactically in the last two races concentrate only on myself and Delange and drive enough to take the title in Singapore”.



Craig looking relaxed ahead of Mexico


Ted Kravitz: “We now come to McLaren-Honda driver Craig. First of all, what are your feelings after the Chinese Grand Prix? I can imagine you feel a bit disappointed after securing pose position”?

Craig: “Yes, of course I’m disappointed that I didn’t seize the opportunity to convert pole position into the race win which would’ve pulled me closer to the top 3 drivers, but you can’t dwell on these things as they often act as a distraction. I have to remain focused on the job at hand and ensure that I give myself the best chance possible in the final two races”.

Ted Kravitz: “After securing 4th place in the Chinese Grand Prix you are closing in on Delange, but still Notorious created a 11 points gap to you. What are your thoughts of your championship chances this season and how are you preparing for the last to races”?

Craig: “I just need to give it my all in the final two races and hope to score strongly. I can only control what I can do in the race; what other contenders do is outwith my control and influence. So I just need to focus on my work-rate and performance”.

Ted Kravitz: “While you are fighting at the top for the drivers title, your team McLaren seems to have a hard time, 6th in the standings. Are you still trying to get McLaren closer to the top or are you just focusing on the drivers title”?

Craig: “I’ll do my best to help myself and the team. In terms of the Constructor’s Championship, I think that battle is over. It’s highly unlikely that my teammate will make the final races, so I’ll need to focus on my individual battles on track”.

Ted Kravitz: “When you look at Notorious, Delange and Mike what are their strengths and weaknesses throughout this season? Do you think you can take advantage out of this knowledge”?

Craig: “They are all consistent drivers, although they have made mistakes – Notorious was unable to finish the race in Monza while delange struggled in China. It will be interesting to see how all three will cope under the pressure of a Championship battle and the pressure I intend to put them under”.

Ted Kravitz: “What were your strengths and weaknesses this season? What do you need to do to make a chance for the title”?

Craig: “My biggest weakness is driving in the wet, but I’m always improving and I know where I’ve been going wrong there. My biggest advantage and it’s something I possess that they don’t have – the experience of previously winning a Championship and the intensity and pressure that brings”.

Ted Kravitz: “My final question, and you’ve probably seen this coming. Who do you honestly think who will secure the drivers & constructors title”?

Craig: “I think Haas will win the Constructor Championship. In terms of the Driver’s Title – you always have to believe that you will win the Title. Once you begin to doubt that then your season is over”.




Sauber Sensational In Monza – KaW TacTiicZz Flawless

Sauber Spectacular In Italy

Perfection from KaW TactiicZz



In an Italian Grand Prix that witnessed a few drivers experiencing reliability issues, Sauber seized the initiative and made themselves a force to be reckoned with in F2. Although many in the Paddock expected McLaren driver Craig and Ferrari driver, and Championship leader Notorious to dominate Monza, it was not to be. Craig, although looking promising in practice failed to produce when it mattered, while it was disaster for Notorious who crashed out exiting Parabolica, much to the dismay of the Tifosi.

While others failed, both Sauber drivers conquered. KaW TactiicZz and VoidsCOD capatalised to ensure they mount a serious Constructor Championship bid. Kaw was absolutely dominant, securing Pole and the Race win while teammate VoidsCOD caught Craig sleeping at the race start and pulled off a spectacular dive up the inside of Rettifilio. 

KaW lead from the front from the race start while VoidsCOD seized the opportunity after Notorious’ mistake. There was also relief at Haas, although prevented from competing due engine failure, delange’s title hopes remain alive. Merecedes were also delighted with both drivers after Mike secured 4th and Sirspud came home in 6th. Nikki in the Renault also produced an impressive display, gaining 3 positions during the race and finished 2nd. NoFudge can count himself unlucky not making his strategy work; opting to start on the Soft compound. This will be a race that Jamiemet will soon want to forget; losing his front wing in Ascari inevitably ruled him out of securing good points at Ferrari’s home Grand Prix.  

With 4 races remaining in the Invictus World Championship, everything is still to play for. Can Notorious bounce back? Can delange secure the Championship lead? Will Sauber remain dominant or can Haas and Ferrari return to winning form?

Tune in next Wednesday for the Australian Grand Prix.

VoidsCOD takes the Win – But can anyone stop Notorious?

Memorable Victory for VoidsCOD

Notorious Unstoppable?


There was elation in the Sauber garage as VoidsCOD secured their first win of the season at the British Grand Prix. VoidsCOD starting from 3rd on the grid after a wet qualifying quickly passed McLaren driver Craig before Turn 1 and then set his sights on Pole-sitter UnomiWonKentucky. VoidsCod, starting on the SS used his superior grip to pass Unomi on the inside at Turn 3. Unomi was caught napping by the early move and was looking like he was about to lose another position to Craig who attempted an opportunistic move going into Turn 4. However contact between Unomi and Craig resulted in them both going off track – Craig subsequently re-entered the track dangerously and made contact with BWAClyde in the Renault which resulted in Clyde losing his front wing and Craig receiving a One-Position penalty.

There was disaster for Red Bull as Nitrogash experienced an Engine unit failure while Hulkenburger failed to finish the race. The biggest victor was Scuderia Ferrari with NotoriousL_I_P securing 2nd in the race, claiming the top spot in the driver’s Championship and Jamiemet securing a solid 5th; Scuderia Ferrari now lead the Constructor’s Championship with a 6 point gap over HAAS. Scuderia Ferrari driver NotoriousL_I_P looks consistent and unstoppable at the moment, achieving two podium finishes, but the race win remains elusive at the moment – can anyone stop Notorious?

McLaren driver suffered a setback after contact with Torro Rosso driver Miles-22, both drivers were unable to finish the race.

There was an impressive driving display from Williams driver KiLo who secured 4th place while Torro Rosso driver and new father Milanpop gained 5 places to finish 7th. Both Mercedes driver Sirpsud and xMikexSI also secured much needed points and maintain their position over Renault and McLaren.



Surprising Win in the Performance League





There was a shock for all as KaW TacTiicZz won the British Grand Prix after his second official race start. KaW masterminded a one-stop strategy which allowed him to secure the win against tough competion. VoidsCOD, driving for Haas and is well known for his quick pace was unable to catch the Red Bull of KaW TacTiicZz. KaW is certainly a driver that has caught the eye of many in the Performance League.

IRL [F1] Performance League commentator Craig had this to say, “he was very impressive on Tuesday evening, I don’t think anyone expected KaW to secure his first Race win on his second race start. A very impressive display against quick and seasoned drivers; he’s certainly one to watch over the next few races”.

After an impressive display in his first race, securing 4th in Monaco, KaW has definitely produced it when it mattered and is fast becoming a competitor, and possible top-half finisher in the Performance League. VoidsCOD secured 2nd place while the consistent NotoriousL_I_P completed the Podium line-up in 3rd.

The IRL [F1] Peformance League begins it’s Mid-Season break before moving onto the legendary track of Spa.