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1976 wiki page http://formularejects.com/wiki/1976_Alt ... One_season
1978 wiki page http://formularejects.com/wiki/1977_Alt ... One_season
1978 wiki page http://formularejects.com/wiki/1978_Alt ... One_season
1979 wiki page http://formularejects.com/wiki/1979_Alt ... One_season
1980 wiki page http://formularejects.com/wiki/1980_Alt ... One_season
1981 wiki page https://formularejects.com/wiki/1981_Al ... One_season

1976 thread - A new Era begins - viewtopic.php?f=22&t=7910
1977 thread - Two much two handle - viewtopic.php?f=10&t=7967#p374118
1978 thread - Two's Company, Three's a Crowd - viewtopic.php?f=10&t=8171
1979 thread - Fourtunate Son - viewtopic.php?f=10&t=8749#p402828
1980 thread - Five Nights at Bernie's - viewtopic.php?p=406709#p406709

AltF1 Turbo Era - 1981 - Your Six Is On Fire
The winds of change blowing across the paddock have slowed from a gale to a gentle summer's breeze. However bright the sun may be shining, storm clouds are gathering on the horizon. No one knows when the deluge will come - but come it will. Time and tide wait for no man (or woman) - will you be ready?

1981 Spreadsheet

Link in case table does not work properly for you.
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Rules

Budgets
- Budget spreadsheet is in the first post
- Budgets should be updated after each race, but I am lazy. For up-to-the-minute information, visit the discord and ask me.
- More information is provided on the Budgets tab of the spreadsheet.

Team Stats
- Team Stats describe your ability to build grounds effects chassis, as well as your reputation towards drivers.
- Team stats are now visible on the Budgets tab of the spreadsheet.
- Teams no longer have a base GE level.
- Reputation is affected both by the historical relevance of your team, and by WCC finishing order.
- Nationality bonus only affects drivers of the same nationality as your team.
- Reputation and nationality bonuses affect the RNG odds when you sign drivers, designers, suppliers, and tyres.
- More information is provided on the Team Stats tab of the spreadsheet.

Alignment
- All teams must align with FISA or FOCA.
- There will be elements of gameplay that will be affected by your choice.

Engines
- All teams must renew their engine supply.
- The engine upgrade available for your engine is listed in advance. This can be bought once after the specified race.
- Older spec Cosworth engines are available for cheaper prices, but worse power and reliability.
- Ford Cosworth remain free to sign anybody.
- Ferrari will only supply the factory team, Matra must supply Ligier, Alfa must supply Autodelta, and Hart must supply Spartec.
- NEW: BMW must supply Tyrrell, Renault can supply a customer team, Nissan can supply a works team chosen by RNG, and Ford Cosworth must supply Williams and Brabham.
- More information is provided on the Engines tab of the spreadsheet.

Chassis
- Chassis generation table has been updated with 1981 ranges.
- Grounds Effects chassis can now be constructed.
- Drag and Chassis Weight added. 1 drag point = 0.1 BHP, and 1 Chassis Weight point = 1 grip point.
- NEW: A team can use the chassis they used in 1980 for 1981. However, they MUST purchase the B (or C!) spec chassis conversion (on the Chassis tab) to run the old chassis.
- A team may introduce a new chassis mid season
- Teams can sell custom chassis to collectors for 10% of it's build price.
- NEW: A team cannot sell their chassis to collectors if they plan on upgrading it and running it this season...
- Each team MUST build it's own chassis
- The cost of each chassis is for TWO chassis.
- More information is provided on the Chassis tab of the spreadsheet.

Designers
- Designers are like drivers – they have team preferences, must be paid a wage, can be hired for a maximum of 1 year, and are subject to RNG.
- Designer contracts are now 1-year.
- Designers do not affect mid-season upgrades
- You must pick one bonus and one penalty for your chosen designer. This cannot be changed after they have been hired.
- You can get 2 bonuses for double the designers wage, but you also get 2 penalties.
- A designer can only be offered the wage stated on the spreadsheet OR double the wage stated on the spreadsheet.
- All teams must sign a designer to build and upgrade chassis.
- NEW: If you select the ???? Designer bonus, you will be PM'd the results on discord or the forums.
- More information is provided on the Designers tab of the spreadsheet.

Travel Costs
- All teams must pay some form of travel costs.
- NEW: Full season travel package for all teams is £250,000.
- Part-time European travel is no longer available
- More information is provided on the Tyres and Travel Costs tab of the spreadsheet.

Sponsors
- NEW: Sponsor tier goal payments have been updated with 1981 values.
- Sponsors provide money in three tiers in return for goals being achieved.
- Each team has one sponsor with three goals, Tier 1 goals offering the most money (and are the hardest to achieve) and Tier 3 goals offer the least money (and are the easiest to achieve).
- You may only target one tier at a time, even if your choices fulfill all three tiers. This must be stated.
- Some privateer teams have sponsors, but some do not.
- More information is provided on the Sponsors tab of the spreadsheet.
- NEW: Tobacco sponsors will be banned for the 1981 British and German Grands Prix. Any team with a tobacco sponsor will run a non-tobacco livery.

Suppliers
- There are four types of supplier: Petroleum, Lubricant, Parts and Tyres. Each supplier brings benefits to the team.
- Each team M U S T sign a tyre supplier. All other suppliers are optional.
- Teams may choose ONE supplier from: Petoleum, Lubricant, and Parts.
- The amount of contracts available for a supplier is listed.
- The price listed is paid once to secure the supplier, and once to purchase the upgrade.
- Supplier upgrades come at random times, and an RNG will be run to determine the effectiveness of the upgrade.
- If more offers than number of contracts are received, an RNG will be run.
- Pay attention to the Brand Image.
- More information is provided on the Suppliers tab of the spreadsheet.

Chassis Upgrades
- The upgrade system has been altered. Instead of slots and tiers, you can make up to ten upgrades to your chassis in the areas of Grip, Weight, Drag and Handling
- Each upgrade costs exponentially more than the last.
- You can make 1 upgrade in each area between races, and 1 pre-season

Drivers
- Drivers are paid up front for their contracted wages
- If a driver is sacked, you do not get repaid their wages. (Severance fee)
- If a driver on a two season contract is sacked in the first year of his contract (defined as any time until the first round of the second season of the contract), you must pay him the rest of the first season’s wages only.
- Minimum wage for the season is £50,000 for paid drivers - That is £2,941 per race.
- A team MUST enter TWO drivers into each race weekend they enter in order to be eligible for both championship points and all prize money
- The maximum contract length is 2 years.
- Wages deemed to be grossly unfair (£50,000 for a championship winner, for instance) will be blocked.
- You do not pay the wages of an injured driver. (This is covered by insurance)

Pay Drivers
- All young drivers start as pay drivers, until their success warrants a paid wage.
- A pay driver may be offered a paid wage to double your odds of securing them in the RNG. However, this transforms a driver from a pay to a normal driver for the rest of their careers.
- There are two tiers of pay driver - tiers 1 and 2. Tier 1 drivers will bring in between in between £150,000 and £300,000 to your team over the course of a season. Tier 2 drivers will bring in between £25,000 - £150,000.
- A RNG will be conducted once a driver receives an offer to see how much money they will bring for the season.
- If you wish to hire a pay driver for less than the full season (17 races), his/her money pot will be divided by 17, and then multiplied by the length of his/her contract.
- All pay drivers pay their money up front.
- If a pay driver is sacked, your forfeit the money they would have paid for the duration of their contract.
- For fictional pay drivers, a RNG of 50/50 will be run to determine whether they are Class 1 or Class 2.

Debt
- A team may not go into debt. Any team that cannot purchase a chassis (if applicable) or engine is declared bankrupt.
- I reserve the right to remove struggling teams from the game, if their presence is not historically accurate.

Injuries
- Drivers signed to replace injured drivers may be signed on the injured driver's terms, or may be signed to a new contract,
- You do not pay the wages of an injured driver. (This is covered by insurance)
- Injuries are decided by RNG.

Entries
- I reserve the right to refuse unrealistic/ill-thought out entries of any description.
- Each team can enter a maximum of TWO cars into every race weekend.
- There will be 26 starters for every Grand Prix. In the case of attracting more than 28 entries, a Pre-Qualifying session will be run, with the fastest teams on combined times going through to Qualifying.

Prize Money
After each race, prize money is to teams in the following fashion:
Point Scorers: £50,000
Top 10, but no points: £30,000
Top 15: £15,000
Below 15, finish: £10,000
DNF: £3,000
DNQ: £2,000
DNPQ: £1,000
DSQ: -£50,000

Prize money will also be awarded at the end of the season.

-Prize money is does not double. I.e. Two point scorers =/= £100,000

Points System
9-6-4-3-2-1, with the best 11 results counting towards the championship.

Calendar
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Phase 1: Sponsors, Alignment and Travel Fees

Your opening gambit of the 1981 season will be to select your sponsor tier goal, FISA-FOCA alignment, and Travel Fees.

By doing so, you will confirm your ongoing participation in AltF1 for 1981. If you wish to withdraw, please announce this in your post.

Your alignment from 1980 has carried over, but you can change this. All teams now must choose an alignment.

All travel for this year is for the full season and will be deducted automatically from your budget after you have chosen your alignment.

The information on your sponsor tier goals can be found on the spreadsheet. If you have any questions, ask me.

Please submit your choices using the form below:

Code: Select all

Team Name:
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Alignment:
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1981 Pre-Season phases:

Phase 1: Sponsor tier, Alignment, and Travel Costs
Phase 2: Drivers and Designers
Phase 3: Chassis
Phase 4: Engines & Suppliers (incl. tyres)
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Image B&S Fabrications

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Ragno Arrows North Star Beta Racing Team wrote:Ragno Arrows North Star Beta Racing Team is delighted to announce the signing of multiple-race winner Patrick Depailler for the 1981 Formula One World Championship season.

We are also coming to terms with the release of Gabriel Château and wish him the absolute best in all of his future endeavours.
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As part of an agreement with North Star Arrows, we will hire Gabriel Chatêau for Ligier, though we do not forget Patrick Depailler, he will get a chance at North Star Arrows, a team where he can drive without the pressure of whole of France on his shoulders.
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J.O.U.R.N.A.L. wrote: B&S Fabrications in talks with Leyland

Though it appears too late for any such deal to come into effect for the start of the 1981 season, there are rumours that B&S Fabrications may be negotiating with Rover, the British Leyland owned marque, to sponsor their Hart engines. The Hart engines are well known for being the first British turbos in Formula One, and have improved rapidly since they were first used in 1980.

B&S Fabrications chief Bob Sparshott declined to...

*rest of the article is obscured by Sue Jawhard's homemade Richard Beeching calendar*
Motor Sport Magazine wrote: Sue Jawhard's 1981 Season Preview

The 1980 season is barely over and there are one or two things still up in the air, but as F1's Most Informed Journalist and British Bob Woodward™, Sue Jawhard feels confident enough to make her predictions for the coming season.

Image McLaren-Renault
1. Image Alan Jones
2. Image Clay Regazzoni

McLaren mean business in 1981, and what better way to do that than signing up Formula One's most powerful engine, and getting Formula One's two-time reigning World Champion to drive it? The discord at Williams is well known, and Jones may do better in the more neutral environment that Ron Dennis can offer.

Image Tyrrell-BMW
3. Image Robert Kagan
4. Image Harvey Jones

The all-British Tyrrell team is really on its way up, and they'll be looking to continue that trend with an unchanged driver pairing. Indeed, they've done well enough to attract the attention of German manufacturer BMW, who may have them looking at German talents in the future like Hans-Joachim Stuck and Stefan Bellof. For now though, no change.

Image Lotus-Renault
5. Image Nigel Mansell
6. Image Rupert Keegan

Lotus are one of the big movers in the 1980-81 off-season, with confirmation coming through that Colin Chapman's team - once considered the ultimate garagistas - have defected from Bernie Ecclestone's FOCA! One assumes they wouldn't have done this without reason, so they must be getting Renaults. Their junior driver agreement with Spartec has also borne fruit as Keegan gets promoted to the main team.
  • EDITOR'S NOTE - Renault supplying two customer teams seems unlikely
Image Brabham-Ford
7. Image Nelson Piquet
8. Image John Watson

The Brabham team took a huge leap forward last year, propelling the enigmatic Nelson Piquet into a championship challenge. It seems likely that all that extra cash can be used to actually buy in a good driver, and Britain's young prospect John Watson seems like the best of a strong bunch of free agents. With Bernie Ecclestone's strong position in FOCA, we can expect Brabham to keep running Fords.

Image March-Ford
9. Image Thomas Nurmester
10. Image Derek Daly

The British team had a strong 1980 thanks to the efforts of Guillaume Gaulthier. This has attracted sponsorship from Guinness, who will be parachuting either David Kennedy or Derek Daly into one of those seats. In the other one, Thomas Nurmester was terribly unfortunate to have to sit out 1980, but his stellar 1979 should put him on everyone's shopping list. He's certainly on mine.

Image Williams-Ford
11. Image Gilles Villeneuve
12. Image Guillaume Gaulthier

Williams is the strongest team on the grid, but even though they won both Championships they did it with two openly warring drivers. Rather than doing that again, it seems likely that Frank will let one of them go and stick with the other one. To that end, they'll need a second driver, and who could be better than Guillaume Gaulthier, who showed his quality at March last year?

Image Renault
14. Image Didier Pironi
15. Image Alain Prost

The fastest engine in Formula One earned wins for each of the Renault drivers in 1980, and if they can improve the reliability just a little bit then this could be the year that Renault sheds its reputation as a maker of "interesting teapots" and instead earns its first-ever Formula One World Championships. They'd be my favourites. Bonne chance!

Image ATS-Ford
16. Image Marc Surer
17. Image Rikky Leiviska

The ATS-Kauhsen team flies straight in the face of everyone's assumptions of German efficiency, but 1981 could be a bit different to that. They've got their 1980 driver Marc Surer locked in for 1981, and an open seat alongside him. That seat is expected to go to 1979 European F3 runner-up Rikky Leiviska, who spent 1980 driving and winning in F2. Formula One seems like the natural next step in his career.

Image Arrows-Ford
18. Image Bruno Giacomelli
19. Image Jeremy-Etienne Voeckler

The Arrows team had a horribly difficult 1980, and will be looking to make real changes for 1980. With Bruno Giacomelli out for Keegan at Lotus, and Hesketh out of the sport altogether, Giacomelli and Voeckler - both huge talents - are now available to be signed by other teams. It's just the obvious pair of signings for an ambitious team in tough times and I can't imagine them doing anything else.
  • EDITOR'S NOTE - Patrick Depailler has already signed for Arrows in 1981.
Image Toleman-Ford
21. Image Riccardo Patrese
22. Image Eliseo Salazar

New team Toleman joins the team from Formula Two this season, and they will undoubtedly be looking to get a good chunk of money in from their drivers. With that in mind, two names really stand out: Riccardo Patrese, who raced for Arrows last year, and Eliseo Salazar, who didn't. This is a well-run racing organisation and we expect good things from them.

Image Alfa Romeo
23. Image Michele Alboreto
24. Image Eddie Cheever

The Italian manufacturer hasn't quite made the impact they might have liked in Formula One, but a brand new turbo engine design seems like it might freshen things up. With that in mind, they may also freshen up their driver line-up with a couple of Italian-born talents: Michele Alboreto and Eddie Cheever, both regarded as being part of the future of Formula One.
  • EDITOR'S NOTE - I don't even know man. They already have two good drivers Sue.
Image Ligier-Matra
25. Image Gabriel Chateau
26. Image Patrick Tambay

The young French starlet of the month, Gabriel Chateau's performances for Arrows definitely mark him out as the best young French driver in F1 today. Put him alongside the sensible Patrick Tambay, and this really should help him to develop into the front-running driver F1 expects him to be. This man is no snail on the racetrack.

Image Ferrari
27. Image Keke Rosberg
28. Image Jean-Pierre Jarier

Keke Rosberg has had a really tough couple of years with Ferrari, but he and they are both so good that it seems difficult to imagine anything other than the pair of them bouncing back together in 1981. Alongside Rosberg, Jean-Pierre Jarier has been itching to strut his stuff with a full-time drive for years now, and a drive here would put an end to the stop-start saga of his career.

Image Spartec-Hart
29. Image Stephen South
30. Image Jonathan Palmer

With Rupert Keegan called up to the main Lotus team, it seems likely that B&S Fabrications will serve me with another restraining order if I try to get an interview at their factory again. With that in mind they may well sign up another young British driver to replace him: Jonathan Palmer is only 24, but he is highly regarded. Would it be too soon for him?

Image Osella-Ford
31. Image Teo Fabi
32. Image Luciano Sighinolfi

Osella have another difficult season in store, but one presumes that the seat of Denim-backed Sighinolfi is safe for now. Compared to his teammate, Matarazzo made the grid only once in 1980 and absolutely cannot expect to be rehired... can he?

Image de Villota-Ford
33. Image Emilio de Villota
34. Image Valentino Nicchi
  • EDITOR'S NOTE - Sue didn't have anything for the Banco Occidental team, so I had to whip something up.
Well, what a grid that will be! I cannot wait to see what promises to be another tremendous season of Formula One racing. If I had to pick anyone to be World Champion, it would be the brooding Alain Prost for Renault. This year is their year.
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ATS Kauhsen have announced that they've signed 1978 Swedish F3 champion Rikky Leiviskä to partner Marc Surer in their 1981 Formula One campaign. Leiviskä, 23, most recently won two races and finished 6th overall in last year's European Formula Two Championship.
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Autosport wrote:Alfa agree to engine deal with Osella
Alfa Romeo and Osella have agreed to a new deal for the 1981 season, with the former agreeing to give away engines to the latter. The 115-12T 1.5L F12t has been announced as being sold to the backmarker squad for a total of £300,000 - £200,000 for the engines themselves and £100,000 for the intellectual property rights, meaning Osella will be able to badge them under their own moniker for the year.

It is unknown precisely why Alfa Romeo has decided to ditch its turbo engine so soon after developing it, although a team source has been quoted as saying "we have come to the conclusion that natural aspiration is preferable for us". On the other side of the coin, the extra power compared to the likely field of Ford Cosworth DFVs in pre-qualifying should help Osella with getting out of pre-qualifying and even making it onto the grid.
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Gertrand Bachot wrote: 21 May 2022, 23:10
Autosport wrote:Alfa agree to engine deal with Osella
Alfa Romeo and Osella have agreed to a new deal for the 1981 season, with the former agreeing to give away engines to the latter. The 115-12T 1.5L F12t has been announced as being sold to the backmarker squad for a total of £300,000 - £200,000 for the engines themselves and £100,000 for the intellectual property rights, meaning Osella will be able to badge them under their own moniker for the year.

It is unknown precisely why Alfa Romeo has decided to ditch its turbo engine so soon after developing it, although a team source has been quoted as saying "we have come to the conclusion that natural aspiration is preferable for us". On the other side of the coin, the extra power compared to the likely field of Ford Cosworth DFVs in pre-qualifying should help Osella with getting out of pre-qualifying and even making it onto the grid.
Osella Press Release wrote:Osella Squadra Corse did NOT agree to this engine deal nor the sale of property rights. We admit that we have entered negotiations with Alfa Romeo regarding their Turbo Flat-12 engine, but we did not put to writing any approval of any offer. This press release by Alfa Romeo is not correct to the current situation and does not signal any official actions that we agree to.

If Alfa Romeo does not rescind their intention and try to forward a non-approved deal, we will take legal action against them.
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I announce my withdrawal from alt-F1, and i will give control of Lotus to rob dylan. Also, pls reset my decisions to none so that Rob can make his own decisions.
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Kinnikuniverse wrote: 22 May 2022, 16:11 I announce my withdrawal from alt-F1, and i will give control of Lotus to rob dylan. Also, pls reset my decisions to none so that Rob can make his own decisions.
Consequently, Rob Dylan is now in control of Lotus.

Rob needs to select a tier goal and an alignment for Lotus.
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Autosport wrote:Alfa agrees deal with Toleman; vows to "destroy" Osella
The engine deal outlined previously between Alfa Romeo and Osella is no more - the latter team insinuated that they had not agreed to a deal and thus any potential deal would be off. Instead, Alfa Romeo announced that they have agreed to a deal on the same terms with the new Toleman squad. The British team will take on the 115-12T engine and the intellectual property rights, rebranding it as they see fit.

Alfa also made it clear that they squarely blamed Osella for the failure of the first deal, insisting the backmarker squad agreed to a deal and them decided to "unjustifiably" withdraw after it was publicly announced. The manufacturer therefore seems to have declared war on the little team, stating that "we will not rest until they have been buried into the ground" and that Alfa would seek nothing but the "destruction" of Osella. It will be seen what actual ramification this will have on events going forward.
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Team Name: Toleman Motorsport
Affiliation: FOCA
Sponsor Tier Goal: 1

We also confirm our full acquisition of the former Alfa Romeo turbo project, the engines being redesignated Bandit TGE/1s in deference to our title sponsor.
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Team Name: Reno
User: Wazzleshaw
Alignment: FISA
Tier Goal: 1
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Drivers:
The driver market is now OPEN! The driver and pay driver lists are intended as a guide rather than a definitive list, so feel free to bid for those not listed.

The complete list of signed drivers can be found here: https://formularejects.com/wiki/1981_Al ... One_season

Drivers with a signed contract are listed in red on the spreadsheet.

Please also bear in mind some drivers are unable to be signed. View the Unavailable Drivers tab on the spreadsheet for more info.

Remember that the maximum driver contract length is 2 years.
Offering a pay driver a wage will dramatically increase your chance of signing them, and stop them from becoming a pay driver.

Designers
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- Designers are like drivers – they have team preferences, must be paid a wage, can be hired for a maximum of 1 year, and are subject to RNG.
- Designer contracts are now 1-year.
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- You must pick one bonus and one penalty for your chosen designer. This cannot be changed after they have been hired.
- NEW: You can get 2 bonuses for double the designers wage with only 1 penalty.
- A designer can only be offered the wage stated on the spreadsheet OR double the wage stated on the spreadsheet.
- All teams must sign a designer to build and upgrade chassis.
- NEW: If you select the ???? Designer bonus, you will be PM'd the results on discord or the forums.
- More information is provided on the Designers tab of the spreadsheet.
Designers have preferences toward teams, and are signed via RNG like drivers, except you cannot offer a designer more or less money than the value listed. They can be signed for a maximum of 1 year at a time. All teams must sign a designer to build and upgrade chassis.

You must select a bonus and a penalty for each designer you make an offer to. This cannot be changed if they accept your offer. Remember, that for double the wage you can get double the bonuses for one penalty.

All values apart from grip range are added to your chassis after construction.

The following teams have a mandatory designer:
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Please submit driver and designer bids using the form below.

Budgets on the sheet have been updated to take into account mergers, sponsors, and travel fees.

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Team Name:
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Designer #1:
Wage: (Base or Double)
Bonus:
Bonus 2: (if applicable)
Penalty:
Designer #2: (If applicable)
Wage: (Base or Double)
Bonus:
Bonus 2: (if applicable)
Penalty:

Driver #1
Name:
DEC: (Fictional drivers only)
Wage: (Per race or per season, please state)
Contract Length: (Max 2 years)
Races: (Which races will the driver take part in? Part time drivers only.)
Repeat as many times as necessary

Driver #2
Name:
DEC: (Fictional drivers only)
Wage: (Per race or per season, please state)
Contract Length: (Max 2 years)
Races: (Which races will the driver take part in? Part time drivers only.)
Repeat as many times as necessary
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The Rise and Fall of Ron Dennis, Episode II wrote:The short-lived marriage between Nissan and McLaren turned rather sour. While Dennis had hoped it would be his ticket to being impervious to the ongoing FISA-FOCA conflict, that plan hinged on a high level of competitiveness. The Nissan engine, while in many ways indeed an underrated engineering masterpiece, simply lacked in forward thrust. The relatively slow, curvy Tsukuba Circuit that was used as testing venue managed to hide that the Nissan engine was down an estimated 120 horsepowers on the turbo engines of Renault and Ferrari.

Many in the team felt that Nissan had sold them a bill of goods and the Japanese engineers send out by the company were subject to racist bullying by McLaren trackside staff. Dennis and the Nissan engineers publicly said the right things about learning and further developing the VRT30, but the tension was obvious to all but the most willfully blind observers. The straw that broke the camel's back came, fittingly enough, in the Arabian desert. The inaugural Dubai Grand Prix would see the end of the Nissan-McLaren partnership.

After Masahiro Hasemi failed to qualify for the race, he was informed by Dennis on the Monday afterwards that he would no longer be with the team in 1982. Appalled by that decision, Nissan immediately ended their contract with McLaren in loyalty to their works driver, despite not having any legal basis to exert influence over McLaren's driver lineup. Knowing that the nature of the contract would pretty much mean Nissan could just deliver their current engine without any improvements, Dennis chose against pursuing legal options.

However, this left the idea of McLaren as a neutral entity in the FOCA-FISA conflict untenable. Even with the very generous severance fee paid by Nissan, their economic position was not strong enough to ignore the two large factions and their political will. Given his personal dislike of Bernie Ecclestone and the latter's ruthless attitude towards turncoats, going back to FOCA was not an option. Therefore, Dennis was left with no choice but to join the alliance backed by the FIA president, hoping one of the FISA manufacturers would supply McLaren with turbo engines.
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User: Klon

Alignment: FISA
Tier Goal: 1

Designer #1: John Barnard
Wage: Double
Bonus: A
Bonus 2: B
Penalty: B
Designer #2: François Castaing
Wage: Double
Bonus: A
Bonus 2: B
Penalty: B

Driver #1
Clay Regazzoni has a valid contract

Driver #2
Name: Alan Jones
Wage: £100,000
Contract Length: 1 Year

Name: Gilles Villeneuve
Wage: £100,000
Contract Length: 1 Year

Name: Jean-Pierre Jarier
Wage: £60,000
Contract Length: 1 Year

Name: Ronnie Peterson
Wage: £60,000
Contract Length: 1 Year

Name: René Arnoux
Wage: Show us the money, bitch
Contract Length: 1 Year
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Image B&S Fabrications Bids

Driver Bids - (first to accept gets the #29, second gets the #30)
1. Image Rupert Keegan (as contracted, if not taken by Lotus)
2. Image Stephen South (as contracted, if not taken by Lotus)
3. Image Riccardo Patrese (Pay Driver, 2 years)
4. Image Eliseo Salazar (Pay Driver, 2 years)
5. Image Jonathan Palmer (Pay Driver, 2 years)
6. Image Ricardo Londono-Bridge (Pay Driver, 2 years)

Designers (all offers at single wage)
1. Image Francois Castaing (Bonus A / Penalty B)
2. Image John Barnard (Bonus A / Penalty A)
3. Image Frank Dernie (Bonus B / Penalty B)
4. Image Mauro Forghieri (Bonus B / Penalty B)
5. Image Gordon Coppuck (Bonus A / Penalty A)
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Team Name: Marlboro Team Alfa Romeo
User: GB

Designer #1: Harvey Postlethwaite
Wage: Base
Bonus: B
Penalty: A

Driver #1
Name: Elio de Angelis
Wage: £50,000
Contract Length: 2 years
Races: all

(if de Angelis doesn't sign)
Name: Andrea de Cesaris
Wage: Pay driver
Contract Length: 2 years
Races: all

Driver #2
(if de Angelis signs)
Name: Andrea de Cesaris
Wage: Pay driver
Contract Length: 2 years
Races: all

(if de Angelis doesn't sign)
Name: Michele Alboreto
Wage: Pay driver
Contract Length: 2 years
Races: all
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Team Name: Skoal Bandit Toleman Motorsport
User: TCBY

Designers:
1. Harvey Postlethwaite (Base, A/B)
2. Tony Southgate (Base, A/B)
3. Giorgio Stirano (Base, B/B)
4. Giacomo Caliri (Base, B/A)

Driver 1:
1. Bruno Giacomelli (PD, all races, 1yr)
2. Jeremy-Etienne Voeckler (PD, all races, 1yr, semi-confirmed with Klon)
3. Valentino Nicchi (pending approval from Pinkd56, all races, 1yr)
4. Eliseo Salazar (PD, all races, 1yr)

Driver 2:
1. Jeremy-Etienne Voeckler (if not #1, same terms as above)
2. Valentino Nicchi (pending approval from Pinkd56, all races, 1yr)
3. Andrea de Cesaris (PD, all races, 1yr)
4. Eliseo Salazar (PD, all races, 1yr)
5. Luciano Sighinolfi (PD, all races, 1yr)
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Team: Equipe Ligier
Username: Nessafox
Drivers: already signed


Designer #1: Gerard Ducarouge
Wage: base
Bonus: -5 drag
Penalty: +20 mass

Designer #2: Maurice Philippe
Wage: base
Bonus: -1 handling
Penalty: - 100 DF

Designer #3: Giacomo Caliri
Wage: base
Bonus: + 25 DF
Penalty: -1000 BQ
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Team Name: March
User: Miguel98

Designer #1: Robin Herd
Wage: Base
Bonus: B
Penalty: B

Driver #1
Name: Guillaume Gauthier
DEC: Pinkd56
Wage: Per Year (90,000)
Contract Length: 1 Year
Races: All

Driver #2
Name: Derek Daly
DEC: N/A
Wage: PD
Contract Length: 1 Year
Races: All

Driver #2
Name: David Kenndy
DEC: N/A
Wage: PD
Contract Length: 1 Year
Races: All
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Team Name: Ragno Arrows North Star Beta Racing Team
User: Pinkd56

Designer #1: Tony Southgate
Wage: Base
Bonus: A
Penalty: A

Driver #1
Name: Riccardo Patrese (ITA)
Wage: PD
Contract Length: 1 year
Races: All

Name: Jérémy-Étienne Voeckler (FRA)
Wage: PD
Contract Length: 1 year
Races: All

Name: Jonathan Palmer (GBR)
Wage: PD
Contract Length: 1 year
Races: All

Name: Valentino Nicchi (VAT)
DEC: Me!
Wage: PD
Contract Length: 1 year
Races: All

Driver #2
Name: Patrick Depailler (FRA)
(Agreed with Ligier, they will be paying his contract for 1981)
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Team Name: Equipo Banco Occidental
User: Pinkd56


Driver #1
Name: Emilio de Villota (ESP)

Driver #2

Name: Desiré Wilson (RZA)
Wage: PD
Contract Length: 1 Race
Races: 1

Name: Ricardo Londoño-Bridge (COL)
Wage: PD
Contract Length: 1 Race
Races: 2

Name: Roberto Guerrero (COL)
Wage: PD
Contract Length: 1 race
Races: 3-4

Name: Mike Thackwell (NZL)
Wage: PD
Contract Length: 1 Race
Races: 5
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Team Name: ATS Kauhsen Racing Team
User: Nuppiz

Designer #1: Gordon Coppuck
Wage: Base
Bonus: A
Penalty: A

Designer #2: Harvey Postlethwaite
Wage: Base
Bonus: A
Penalty: A

Designer #3: Gustav Brunner
Wage: Base
Bonus: B
Penalty: A
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ALT F1 1981 Bids (Osella)

Designer #1:
Tony Southgate
Wage: Base
Bonus: A (-150 Mass)
Penalty: B (+500 BQ)

Giorgio Stirano
Wage: Base
Bonus: B (-50 Mass)
Penalty: B (+1000 BQ)

Driver #1:
Bruno Giacomelli
Wage: PD
Contract Length: 1 year

Riccardo Patrese
Wage: PD
Contract Length: 1 year

Eliseo Salazar
Wage: PD
Contract Length: 1 year

Teo Fabi (If not signed in the second seat)
Wage: PD
Contract Length: 1 year

Driver #2:
Michele Alboreto
Wage: PD
Contract Length: 1 year

Teo Fabi
Wage: PD
Contract Length: 1 year

Patrick Gaillard
Wage: PD
Contract Length: 1 year

Valentino Nicchi (DEC: Pinkd)
Page: PD
Contract Length: 1 year
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Paddock Magazine wrote: Sighinolfi furious after Osella snub

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Sighinolfi's 1980 driver portrait

Denim-backed Formula One driver Luciano Sighinolfi has hit out at the Osella Formula One team after he was not offered a contract by the team for the 1981 season.

"From my perspective this is unacceptable but unsurprising," he told journalists, "for some time now it has felt like Sig. Osella has been trying to force me out of his team. First it was an attempt to bench me for non-Championship events, then they tried to axe me for the last few races to get Patrick to drive instead. I can't say I didn't see this coming."

This could be a huge setback for the Sicilian driver, who recently turned 29 after completing his first ever full Formula One season. In World Championship events he managed to qualify the sluggish Osella FA1 on five occasions, including a solitary race finish in France. Sighinolfi has shown more of his potential in non-championship events: at the Race of Champions he was running in second place until his car expired on the last lap, leaving him to be classified in third place. In South Africa he also came home in ninth place, while in 1979's events he recorded finishes of 14th, 12th and 4th in non-championship events despite racing in shoddy cars.

This could also have some implications for the Osella team: Sighinolfi came with the backing of team sponsor Denim Aftershave. Now that Osella have shown him the door, it remains to be seen how the sponsors will react.

Meanwhile, Sighinolfi is left to find a drive in Formula One at short notice, with several teams' line-ups already set in stone. One hopes this will not be the end of his Formula One ambitions.
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Autosport wrote:Osella: "Our contract with Denim is good going forward"

In response to recent allegations that Osella is violating a sponsorship agreement, Team Owner Enzo Osella clarified that Denim is still the team's title sponsor for the 1981 Formula One Season.

"We renegotiated for a more generous package for this season, and, with some stricter performance requirement, we agreed on it, hence our change to driver roster."

Osella refused to eleborate on why he let go of his two drivers, particularly Arsenio Matarazzo's suspected mafia connections.
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Team: Tyrrell
User: Dom

Designer #1: Mauro Forghieri
Wage: Double
Bonus: -20 Mass
Bonus 2: (if applicable) -500 BQ
Penalty: +1 Handling

Designer #2: Harvey Postlethwaite
Wage: Double
Bonus: +50 DF
Bonus 2: (if applicable) -2 Handling
Penalty: +20 Mass

Drivers are locked in, so nothing to do here.
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Team Name: Scuderia Ferrari
User: Hermann95

Designer #1: Gustav Brunner
Wage:(Base
Bonus: A
Penalty: B
Designer #2: Ralph Bellamy
Wage: Base
Bonus: B
Penalty: B
Designer #3: Giacomo Caliri
Wage: Base
Bonus: A
Penalty: B

Sign Top two drivers from the following list:

Driver
Name: Elio de Angelis
Wage: £60,000
Contract Length: 2 years

Driver
Name: Keke Rosberg
Wage: £50,000
Contract Length: 2 years

Driver
Name: Ronnie Peterson
Wage: £50,000
Contract Length: 1 year

Driver
Name: John Watson
Wage: £50,000
Contract Length: 1 year

Driver
Name: Jean-Pierre Jarier
Wage: £50,000
Contract Length: 1 year

Driver
Name: Hans-Joachim Stuck
Wage: £50,000
Contract Length: 1 year

Driver
Name: Riccardo Patrese
Wage: £50,000
Contract Length: 1 year
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