The FRL is a just for fun, real-life Fantasy Formula 1 management game. Choose 6 drivers, 2 constructors and 3 bonus races from a budget of 100 FRL credits.

Points are scored for grid and finishing positions, number of laps completed, positions gained and a bonus to the driver with the fastest lap. The league table is updated as soon as possible after each Grand Prix and the history option allows Team Managers to analyse how their own team of drivers and constructors are performing race by race.


23 November 2014 - Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

With Nico Rosberg's ERS breaking down Lewis Hamilton strolled to victory and became Britain's first double world champion since Jackie Stewart in 1971.

The appropriately named "Hamilton#1" took the tenth FRL title, click here to see how it was done. Well done to Hamilton#1 and thanks to every one who took part in 2014.

9 November 2014 - Brazilian Grand Prix

Nico finally stopped Hamilton's 5 race winning streak, but with Lewis able to clinch the driver's title in Abu Dhabi with a second place finish, it's probably too little, too late for Rosberg.

3 November 2014 - US Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton took another large step towards his second driver's championship which will surely now be his baring an accident or car malfunction.

26 October 2014 - Marussia & Caterham To Miss US Grand Prix

With the announcement that Catheram And Marussia will miss the US and (most likely) the Brazilian Grand Prix The FRL has awarded all affected Team Managers additional changes. This will ensure all Team Managers can change out these constructors & drivers if they so wish.

For any Team that still has either of these constructors or their drivers come the US Grand Prix, then points will be handed out as follows:

Marussia - Qualified & Finished 10th
Caterham - Qualified & Finished 11th

Jules Bianchi - Qualified & Finished 19th
Marcus Ericsson - Qualified & Finished 20th
Max Chilton - Qualified & Finished 21st
Kamui Kobayashi - Qualified & Finished 22nd

12 October 2014 - Russian Grand Prix

Hamilton cruised to his ninth win of the season at the inaugural Russian Grand Prix, while Rosberg made one set of tyres last 52 laps to salvage second place. With only 3 races to go has the driver's championship slipped out of Nico's reach?

5 October 2014 - Japanese Grand Prix

Obviously the accident to Jules Bianchi over shadowed the Japanese Grand Prix and I'm sure we all wish him a speedy recovery.

21 September 2014 - Singapore Grand Prix

Nico's chances of winning his first driver's championship took one almighty hit after first failing to kept off the grid under his own power and then having to withdraw from the race after 13 laps.

7 September 2014 - Italian Grand Prix

The status quo was resumed with a Mercedes 1-2 in qualifying & the race. Lewis may have won the race but Nico retains the advantage knowing if Mercedes 1-2 all the remaining races then Lewis has to win them all to take the championship from him.

30 August 2014 - Mini Leagues

As requested by various Team Managers it is now possible to allow your team to be viewable, to other Team Managers, within a mini-league.

However, please note, this works on an opt in, per league basis. Unless you specifically allow your team to be viewable it cannot be viewed by anyone else.

24 August 2014 - Belgium Grand Prix

The inevitable coming together of Hamilton & Rosberg gave Daniel Ricciardo and Red Bull back to back wins.

27 July 2014 - Hungarian Grand Prix

A little bit of rain and a twisty track played to Red Bull's strengths giving Daniel Ricciardo his second win of the season.

20 July 2014 - German Grand Prix

As Silverstone gave the local fans exactly what they wanted to see, so did Hockenheim, a German winner.

The FRL hopefully gave it's Team Manager's what they wanted with one of the highest scoring races of the season.

6 July 2014 - British Grand Prix

Silverstone gave the British racing fans exactly what they wanted a British winner and with Nico getting his first DNF of the year the battle for the driver's championship, between the two Mercede's drivers, is well and truely back on.

22 June 2014 - Austrian Grand Prix

Did the Red Bull Ring just suit Williams or are the rival teams finally catching the Mercede's works car?

It certainly suited Penguin Lover who took the Austrian win in The FRL.

8 June 2014 - Canadian Grand Prix

With 2 big crashes (on the first & last laps) and a winner not driving a Mercede's car Canada was probably the most exciting race this season.

25 May 2014 - Monaco Grand Prix

Traditionally a lot of Team Managers play bonuses at Monaco, but with the large number of DNFs this year only the Pole Sitter bonus is guaranteed to deliver.

11 May 2014 - Spanish Grand Prix

Mercedes continue to dominate Formula 1, but did your FRL team perform as well? You can find out now as the Spanish points have been awarded.

20 April 2014 - Chinese Grand Prix

The Chinese points have now been calculated, login to see how well you did.

6 April 2014 - Bahrain Grand Prix

The scores for The Bahrain Grand Prix have now been calculated. Did you perform like Lewis Hamilton or Adrain Sutil? Find out now.

30 March 2014 - Malaysian Grand Prix

Mercedes scored a relatively easy 1-2 finish, did you do as well in The FRL? Login now to find out.

18 March 2014 - Service Unavailable/Could Not Connect To Remote Server

The FRL would like to apologise for anyone experience problems with accessing this website. The issue has been raised with the hosting company and hopefully the issue can be resolved quickly.

Update 31 March: After another day of problems the hosting company have moved The FRL to a new server. Fingers crossed this will put an end to the issues once and for all.

16 March 2014 - Australia Grand Prix

Despite a lengthy delay while the FIA decided to disqualify Daniel Ricciardo the Results are now official and The FRL scores are now online.

16 February 2014 - Registration Now Open

The cars may sound different and look as ugly as sick but the return of F1 is almost upon us and with it the 10th anniversary season of The FRL.

This year a complete database re-design has taken place, but your existing logins and mini-leagues have been retained. However, if you do notice anything not working correctly please drop us an email.

So, with just 1 month to go before the F1 circus hits Melbourne, Australia pick your 2014 teams today.

Next Grand Prix

Season Over

Current Top 5

Pos TeamScore
1Hamilton#1 21435
2The Titans 21380
3This Weeks Winners 21376
4Motorvation 21318
5Karttikeijo 21292