F1 FANTASY: More chances to win amazing prizes as latest Mini Leagues launch


Want to win tickets to a Grand Prix? A signed cap from your favourite team? How about a copy of the F1 23 videogame or a voucher for the F1 Store? There may already be three races of the 2023 Formula 1 season in the books, but there’s already more opportunities to win with F1 Fantasy thanks to our exciting Mini Leagues – with two new leagues starting this weekend at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.

With Baku hosting the first F1 Sprint of the season, there are also more points on offer this weekend, so make sure you get your team ready to race.

Mini Leagues and more prizes

It’s not too late to play F1 Fantasy, and Mini Leagues are a great way to jump in and have a chance of winning prizes.

'Late But Not Last' League

Starting this weekend in Baku and running through the rest of the season, there’s no penalty for joining in the F1 Fantasy fun at this stage of the season.

Even better, score the most points to win the league and you could win a pair of Grandstand Tickets to a Grand Prix of your choice next season.


  • 1st place – 2x Grandstand Tickets to a 2024 Grand Prix of your choice (restrictions apply)
  • 2nd place – A signed cap from your favourite F1 team (subject to availability)
  • 3rd place – A copy of the F1 23 videogame

To join, click here before qualifying starts on Friday April 28.

BAKU, AZERBAIJAN - JUNE 12: Carlos Sainz (#55) of Ferrari and Spain and Sergio Perez (#11) of Red Bull

The Baku Sprint action could have an impact on your F1 Fantasy points

'Street Racers' League

Also beginning in Baku this weekend, and running only until the Miami Grand Prix, is a super-short sprint to the line.

Make sure you’ve got your team locked in to take advantage of the extra points on offer from the F1 Sprint, and you could win a $100 voucher from the F1 Store.


  • 1st place – $100 voucher
  • 2nd place – $50 voucher
  • 3rd place – $25 voucher

To join, click here.



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