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1986 FF1M Season

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Overview

The 1986 FF1M Season was the first Classic FF1M Season and took place following the conclusion of the 2001 FF1M Season.

The Drivers Championship was won by Alain Prost driving for Tornado Motorsport who also won the Teams Championship.

Format

All Classic FF1M Seasons will have 10 Rounds from the corresponding year of the Formula One World Championship. Unlike in modern FF1M, Classic FF1M Seasons will have points only for the top 6 drivers with 1st place scoring 9 points and 6th place scoring 1. What is more only the best 8 results of the season will count, with the worst 2 discarded at the end of the season.

At the start of each Classic FF1M Season, past and existing team owners will have 100 credits only to choose their 2 race drivers from a list of 22 drivers that competed in the F1 Season of that year. They will also have to choose a Team from that year with which to align themselves with. The team they choose will determine their power and reliability stats for the season.

The season will take place over the space of two weeks, with a race every day and four rest days. Should the championship go down to the wire the final race weekend may be extended into a full FF1M format.

Teams and Drivers

Team Constructor Engine No. Race Drivers
FJR McLaren TAG 0 Gerhard Berger
2 Thierry Boutsen
Dodgem Racing Tyrrell Renault 3 Martin Brundle
4 Nigel Mansell
Pedersen Williams Honda 5 Alessandro Nannini
6 Riccardo Patrese
Tornado F1 Brabham BMW 7 Alain Prost
8 Stefan Johansson
Dark Wolf Racing Lotus Renault 11 Andrea De Cesaris
12 Ayrton Senna
Andy Racing Lola Ford 15 Alan Jones
16 Teo Fabi
Shannon Racing Arrows BMW 17 Rene Arnoux
18 Patrick Tambay
Exolite F1 Benetton BMW 19 Elio de Angelis
20 Johnny Dumfries
Ajay Motorsports Minardi Motori Modern 23 Philippe Streiff
24 Marc Surer
Gui Racing Ligier Renault 25 Nelson Piquet
26 Jacques Lafitte
AquinoPlus Ferrari Ferrari 27 Michele Alboreto
28 Keke Rosberg

Results and Standings

Season review

Rnd Race Date Location Pole Position Fastest Lap Race Winner Constructor Report
1 Brazilian Grand Prix March 23 Jacarepaguá Alain Prost Alain Prost Ayrton Senna Dark Wolf - Renault Report
2 Spanish Grand Prix April 13 Jerez Ayrton Senna Gerhard Berger Ayrton Senna Dark Wolf - Renault Report
3 San Marino Grand Prix April 27 Imola Ayrton Senna Nigel Mansell Gerhard Berger FJR - TAG Report
4 Monaco Grand Prix May 11 Monaco Alain Prost Alain Prost Alain Prost Tornado - BMW Report
5 Belgian Grand Prix May 25 Spa-Francorchamps Alain Prost Alain Prost Alain Prost Tornado - BMW Report
6 British Grand Prix July 13 Brands Hatch Alain Prost Alain Prost Alain Prost Tornado - BMW Report
7 German Grand Prix July 27 Hockenheimring Keke Rosberg Riccardo Patrese Gerhard Berger FJR - TAG Report
8 Austrian Grand Prix August 17 Österreichring Ayrton Senna Ayrton Senna Alain Prost Tornado - BMW Report
9 Italian Grand Prix September 7 Monza Alain Prost Elio de Angelis Alain Prost Tornado - BMW Report
10 Australian Grand Prix October 26 Adelaide Ayrton Senna Alain Prost Nigel Mansell Dodgem - Renault Report
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