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Champions

Drivers Champion: Matt Orange

Constructors Champions: Mercedes

Pole Trophy: Matt Orange

About IF1C Season 2

Season 2 of IF1C will be the 2nd Season of the league. The league will be moving platforms from the PS3 to its successor the PS4 and will change games from F1 2014 to F1 2015. Oli Glazebrook will start the season as the defending champion with Williams starting the season as the defending constructors champions.

Signed Teams and Drivers

Team Engine Tyre No. Race Drivers Rounds
Britain
Williams Racing
Mercedes Pirelli 1
Britain
Oli Glazebrook
1, 3-5
7
Britain
James Head
All
Britain
McLaren Honda
Honda Pirelli 22
Britain
Matthew Dummer
1-3, 5
86
Britain
Sam Boast
None
92
France
David Talle
4-5
Germany
Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team
Mercedes Pirelli 97
Britain
Joseph Willows
All
99
Britain
Matt Orange
All
Italy
Scuderia Ferrari
Ferrari Pirelli 33
Netherlands
Benny Pescheir
2-5
77
Belgium
Wais Kuba
2
Austria
Infiniti Red Bull Racing
Renault
Pirelli
23
Ireland
Shaun Grant
1-2, 4
69
Britain
Bobby Hunter
2-5
India
Sahara Force India F1 Team
Mercedes Pirelli 12
Ireland
Malcolm Corbett
2-4
17
Ireland
Adam Langdon
1-4
Italy
Scuderia Toro Rosso
Renault Pirelli 21
Britain
Cameron Anderson
All
55
Britain
Andy Graham
1-3
Britain
Lotus F1 Team
Mercedes Pirelli 18
Britain
Daniel Roberts
2
24
Britain
Connor Smith
2
  • Ali Munir originally signed for more 1 more season at McLaren, however I turned out that he wasn't getting a PS4 till October so it meant his drive with McLaren wasn't going to happen. His replacement his yet to be announced
  • Mercedes announced Michael Moron's departure from the team. Later it was announced Matt Orange would take Michael's seat at Mercedes. Michael was originally suppose to drive for Ferrari but it was revealed that he didn't have a PS4. He is replaced by Dutchman Benny Pescheir on a 3 season deal.
  • Bobby Hunter's contract with Red Bull was terminated due to his premature departure towards the end of Season 1. However, Red Bull hired him back after he replaced Jake Walmsley for the rest of Season 1 and signed a new 3 season deal with the team which would see him at Red Bull till the end of Season 4.
  • After an impressive last few races in Season 1, Red Bull decided to keep Shaun Grant for another season.
  • Sam Boast switched from Ferrari to McLaren to replace Matt Orange on a 2 season deal after an impressive Season 1.
  • Oli Glazebrook will have number 1 on his car for Season 2 as he had option to either keep number 45 or have number 1 as he is the defending champion.
  • Patrick Veenstra pulled out due to time issues meaning that his contract with Toro Rosso was terminated.
  • Daniel Roberts left Force India to join Lotus for Season 2.
  • Lotus originally signed Jake Walmsley on a 2 season deal but he had to pull out due to other commitments meaning his contract was terminated. His replacement is former Red Bull driver Connor Smith for 1 season.
  • Force India signed league veteran Adam Langdon and his good friend Malcolm Corbett, both on a 1 season deal
  • Toro Rosso signed rookie Andy Graham and originally league veteran Matthew Goddard on a 1 season deal. However, he was unable to do this due to other commitments. So instead his vacant seat will be taken by Brit Cameron Anderson.
  • McLaren signed Matthew Dummer on a 2 season deal.

Mid Season Switches:

  • Sam Boast didn't show up for the first 3 races and because he didn't give a reason why he has lost his seat at McLaren and his 2 season contract that he had with the team has been terminated. His replacement is French rookie David Talle. He was allowed to have 92 as it seems unlikely Josh Stronach will make a return to the series.

Calendar

Round Race Title Grand Prix Circuits Date Tyres
Option Prime
1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix Australian GP
Australian
Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit
31 August 2015* Soft Medium
2 Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix Malaysian GP
Malaysia
Sepang International Circuit
6 September 2015 Medium Hard
3 Chinese Grand Prix Chinese GP
China
Shanghai International Circuit
13 September 2015 Soft Medium
4 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix Bahrain GP
Bahrain
Bahrain International Circuit
20 September 2015 Soft Medium
5 Gran Premio de España Pirelli Spanish GP
Spain
Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
4 October 2015** Medium Hard
  • The season was originally meant to start on the 30th August 2015, however due to issues with the game, it was pushed back a day.
  • The Spanish Grand Prix was meant to be on the 27th September 2015, however due to lag issues with the game, it was pushed back a week to the 4th October 2015 meaning the rest of the calendar was also pushed back a week.
  • The season finished after 5 rounds due to drivers getting bored of F1 2015 due to many bugs and glitches and a lack of content. This inevitably left Matt Orange the Season 2 Champion, Mercedes the Season 2 Constructors Champions and Matt Orange the Season 2 Pole Position trophy winner meaning that he defended it.

Technical Regulation changes

  • Following the backlash over "ugly" nose designs in Season 1, the regulations for the front wings will change. Noses will now be lower than what is was in Season 1, retaining a minimum cross section, but they must taper to a point at a fixed linear rate, effectively outlawing the dramatic finger shapes seen in Season 1 in favor of a more gradual shape. Furthermore, the design of the nose must be symmetrical and consistent with the centre line of the car, thereby banning the more exotic designs, such as the "twin tusk" approach used by Lotus in Season 1.

Sporting Regulation changes

  • As in the 2015 Formula One Season, double points will be scrapped after 1 season from Season 2 onwards.

Results

Round Grand Prix Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Constructor
1
Australian
Australian GP
Britain
Matt Orange
Britain
Matt Orange
Britain
Matt Orange
Germany
Mercedes
2
Malaysia
Malaysian GP
Britain
Bobby Hunter
Britain
Bobby Hunter
Britain
Joseph Willows
Germany
Mercedes
3
China
Chinese GP
Britain
Matt Orange
Britain
James Head
Britain
Matt Orange
Germany
Mercedes
4
Bahrain
Bahrain GP
Britain
Matt Orange
Britain
Matt Orange
Britain
Matt Orange
Germany
Mercedes
5
Spain
Spanish GP
Britain
Matt Orange
Britain
Matt Orange
Britain
Matt Orange
Germany
Mercedes

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
Pos. Driver Grand Prixs Points
AUS
Australian
MAL
Malaysia
CHN
China
BHR
Bahrain
ESP
Spain
1
Britain
Matt Orange
1 5 1 1 1 110
2
Britain
James Head
2 3 7 2 6* 65
3
Britain
Bobby Hunter
DNA 2 2 6 2 62
4
Britain
Joseph Willows
8* 1 8 5 5 53
5
Netherlands
Benny Pescheir
DNA 4 5 3 3 52
6
Britain
Oli Glazebrook
6** DNA 3 4 7* 41
7
Britain
Cameron Anderson
7** 9 4 7 4 38
8
Ireland
Adam Langdon
3 DNS 6 8 DNA 27
9
Britain
Matthew Dummer
4 7 Ret DNA DSQ 18
10
Britain
Andy Graham
5 10* 10* DNA DNA 12
11
Ireland
Malcolm Corbett
DNA 6 9 Ret DNA 10
12
Ireland
Shaun Grant
9* Ret DNA 9 DNA 4
13
Britain
Connor Smith
DNA 8 DNA DNA DNA 4
14
France
David Talle
10 DNS 1
15
Belgium
Wais Kuba
DNA Ret DNA DNA DNA 0
16
Britain
Daniel Roberts
DNA DNS DNA DNA DNA 0
17
Britain
Sam Boast
DNA DNA DNA 0
    • These drivers were originally disqualified from the race by codemasters, however because it was proven to be unfair it was reverted to just a retirement and they still got points.
  • 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
Australian
MAL
Malaysia
CHN
China
BHR
Bahrain
ESP
Spain
1
Germany
Mercedes
97 8* 1 8 5 5 163
99 1 5 1 1 1
2
Britain
Williams Mercedes
1 6** DNA 3 4 7* 106
7 2 3 7 2 6*
3
Austria
Red Bull Racing Renault
23 9* Ret DNA 9 DNA 66
69 DNA 2 2 6 2
4
Italy
Ferrari
33 DNA 4 5 3 3 52
77 DNA Ret DNA DNA DNA
5
Italy
STR Renault
21 7** 9 4 7 4 50
55 5 10* 10* DNA DNA
6
India
Force India Mercedes
12 DNA 6 6 Ret DNA 37
17 3 DNS 9 8 DNA
7
Britain
McLaren Honda
22 4 7 Ret DNA DSQ 19
86 DNA DNA DNA
59 10 DNS
8
Britain
Lotus Mercedes
18 DNA DNS DNA DNA DNA 4
24 DNA 8 DNA DNA DNA

Pole Position Trophy

Pos. Drivers Poles
1
Britain
Matt Orange
4
2
Britain
Bobby Hunter
1

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