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- Jake Davis
Race to the top spot
Welcome to 2018 Pitcrew fantasy league. A global league to pit your skill against fellow racing fans to see who can predict 21 race outcomes.
Race predictions, can be really fun yet pushing your instinct to the limits. That why we have made scoring rewarding; so that you can bounce back to number one
Do you have what it takes
From the Pitcrew Team GOOD LUCK!
Jake Davis creative is donating 3 amazing prizes to adorn your wall.
If you at the end of the season, is first place in our pitcrew fantasy league you will win A2 sized poster from Jake Davis creative
Second place prize
Second place in the pitcrew fantasy league will win you an A3 sized poster from Jake Davis Creative
A set of jake creative's Lewis Hamilton stickers
Entering the fantasy league, to pit yourself against others, is easy. You just sign up..
A pain free, and with more features to come, you benefit of being part of the pitcrewonline
Once you have registered you are ready to go ..
What do we have to predict.
You have to predict
The final race order, so all 20 places.
The pole time
If theres a safety car (virtual or normal safety car)
If theres rain
And how many will DNF
These will all accrue points, you will get points for correcting 20th place correctly. (more details on points in the points system section)
Register or login below to be able to enter the fantasy league.
|Number of correct driver placings||bonus points|
|all drivers in correct position||100|
|19 drivers in correct position||90|
|18 drivers in correct position||85|
|17 drivers in correct position||80|
|16 drivers in correct position||75|
|15 drivers in correct position||70|
|14 drivers in correct position||65|
|13 drivers in correct position||60|
|12 drivers in correct position||55|
|11 drivers in correct position||50|
|10 drivers in correct position||45|
|9 drivers in correct position||40|
|8 drivers in correct position||35|
|7 drivers in correct position||30|
|6 drivers in correct position||25|
|5 drivers in correct position||20|
|4 drivers in correct position||15|
|3 drivers in correct position||10|
|2 drivers in correct position||5|
bonus points for various events in the race
A wet race due to rain 20 bonus points
A virtual and or safety car 20 bonus points
Correctly predicting the right amount of DNFs 20 bonus points
Correctly guessing the pole time within .25% gives you 25 bonus points
On a 1m 30s lap thats .225 of a second
Correctly guessing the pole time within .5% gives you 10 bonus points
On a 1m 30s lap thats .480 of a second
Correctly guessing the pole time within 2% gives you 1 bonus points
On a 1m 30s lap thats 1.80 of a second
1. Fantasy league participants must be 16 years and over
2. Pitcrew staff are not ellidgable for prizes but may partake in the league
3. We may substitute, retract and or add prizes if necessary.
4. Prizes are sent out by the companies in question, thus the fulfilment is 3rd party.
5. We may restrict delivery to certain countries due to import rules, this may be imposed by us or 3rd parties
6. We may remove participants if we find abuse of our systems, to other users or towards pitcrew staff.
7. Offensive and vulgar account names may be removed without notice.
Race results Terms
1. Race results are governed by the FIA.
2. Changes to the results may occur, if we have updated the league and those positions change we will alter the results to reflect that.
3. Any changes to the results will be added to the fantasy league page.
4. DSQ of a driver, will result in the changes of points scoring. We will update you with this situation
5. Errors may occur, if you feel that there is one, please do contact us.
Any complaints may be addressed can be sent to email@example.com
My passion to draw came before I could even walk. Initially, like most toddlers do, I drew houses with pretty trees and dogs sitting outside. As I grew older the dogs became dragons and the pretty houses became gory battle scenes. Thankfully I grew out of this stage and took myself off to art college where I could draw and paint to my hearts content.
I decided I wanted to be an Illustrator and after completing my degree back in 2003 I have been working freelance and then advertising came along. I had always contemplated advertising but thought I had left it too late, I had an urge to use my creativity in a different medium and my mind was made up when I saw a particularly shocking ad for a well known shampoo. I thought to myself I can do better than that, how difficult can it be? A year later after completing an MA in Creative Advertising I now realise it can be extremely difficult but also very rewarding when you get it right.
My other passions include Formula 1, long walks and watching a good film while devouring Krispy Kreme donuts....to name a few.
Please feel free to get in touch to give me a new challenge.
Some of Jake's purchasable artwork