• Chris Kato

TBMF1Show F1 Fantasy Contest for 2020 Season

Updated: Jul 23, 2020

Join our F1 Fantasy league for 2020 to win some awesome prizes at the end of the year!

After an extra long off-season, we can finally say that Formula 1 is officially back! As the cars get set to hit the Red Bull Ring in Austria, fans are gearing up for the long awaited return of F1 action. Part of the preparation for the first race in Austria is to create or adjust your F1 fantasy team. Playing F1 fantasy is quick, easy, and possibly very rewarding if you pick your drivers just right! In 2020, The BackMarkers F1 Show has created a league where our fans can compete against us and other viewers from around the world. The winner of our fantasy league at the end of this season will win a prize pack from our friends at thegpbox.com

How to Sign Up

Signing up for F1 Fantasy is very simple, and if you already have a team built, then it is just a matter of joining our league! If you are new to F1 Fantasy, visit https://fantasy.formula1.com to get started. First, you will need to create an account if you don't already have one on the Formula 1 website. Once you have created an account, then you are ready to purchase drivers and teams to create your ultimate F1 Fantasy team.

How to Join Our League

When you have your team lineup saved and ready to go, joining our league is quick and easy. Navigate to the leagues tab on the left hand side of the screen and then locate the 'join with a code' button at the top of the page. Then enter the following code to join TBMF1Show league;

League Code: fcd202623c

And just like that you are ready to play! Remember to check in on your team every week as you have until qualifying to make changes to your team. We'll be posting weekly updates on our league standings and we'll be making some F1 Fantasy tips videos in the coming days and weeks. As for tips on your fantasy teams for the first race in Austria, betting big on Verstappen and Red Bull could pay off very well. Avoiding Ferrari in the first few races might be the smart way to go until we have an idea of their competitiveness. Racing Point and McLaren also might be some great budget options for constructors if you're looking to spend more on drivers. Getting your fantasy team right will be quite difficult for this first race. Their are many unknowns and we could be in store for a crazy weekend if weather reports are correct about torrential rain in Spielberg. We hope everyone enjoys the return of Formula 1 and good luck to all F1 Fantasy players out there!

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