March 24, 2011 – Do you have what it takes to earn the title of Legendary Fantasy F1 Manager? Fantasy4all, a global fantasy sports provider launched the official Force India Fantasy F1 Facebook game
that offers you the chance to win that coveted title.
Force India F1, is a Formula One motor racing team formed in October 2007. Force India F1 represents increased Indian participation with Formula One, with Greater Noida set to host the first Indian Grand Prix in 2011.
This free-to-play fantasy Formula 1 game allows users to create their own F1 team with $100 million budget to buy 6 drivers and 1 constructor. When their real-life drivers race and earn points in the Formula 1 2011 championship, the fantasy team earn the same points as well. Plus, fantasy F1 managers get to win monthly prizes from Force India F1 team.
This fantasy Formula 1 game is interestingly different than other fantasy F1 because, fantasy managers can earn their way to achieve rank titles, from Rookie to Legendary Manager, the highest honour. You also get to race with your Facebook friends that joined the game and compare who is the greater F1 manager.
Managers also earn virtual medals and trophies for their achievements his fantasy teams accomplish, for instance, if your driver achieved the fastest lap, you get a special fastest lap medal. Even completing your F1 team gets you rewarded with a Manager Service Medal, which immediately gets prompted on your Facebook status update when you save your team.
Other than offering bragging rights, this fantasy F1 app also features other bonuses like,
• Earn $0.5 mil extra budget when the friends you invited joined
• Create your own friends’ league and compete among your friends
• Earn experience points as you progress
• F1 results and schedules
Force India Formula One Team
Force India F1, is a Formula One motor racing team formed in October 2007. Force India F1 represents increased Indian participation within Formula One, with Greater Noida set to host the first Indian Grand Prix in 2011. The current drivers are Adrian Sutil and Paul di Resta, with Nico Hülkenberg as the reserve.