Fantasy League – Let’s get things rolling…

Posted: January 10, 2012 in Fantasy League, Formula 1

Hm, okay. Williams and HRT have yet to announce their final 2 drivers (and there’s still a small chance that Trulli will be dropped), but there’s really no reason for us to wait. In fact, a brave player may decide to take a gamble early on and choose one of these 3 drivers to get a better price. If, for instance, Sutil gets the 2nd seat, then 6,500,000$ is a good bargain, but if Alguersuari or Senna gets it, I am not so sure. Let’s not delay any further – these are the rules of the game:

1. Team selection

Each player must select 2 drivers, 1 chassis (team) and 1 engine. The budget is 50,000,000$. From now on, we will refer to the drivers, chassis and engines as “assets”.

The value for each asset is represented in the table below (click on it to enlarge):

The Stock Market

Please post your selections in the comments section, or drop me an e-mail at It’s that easy and that’s all you have to do really. Just remember to keep within the budget (I will be checking!). Please be careful though: To ensure proper identification, if you register your team via the comments section (at the bottom of this post), please include your favourite number (or any number that you can easily recall). This number will be edited out from your comment, but I will ask you for it at the end of the season, just to make sure it’s really you… 😉

There is no submission deadline – you can create a team whenever you feel like it. However, any submission that is sent after the start of the 1st practice session of each race, will not be taken account in the results of that particular race, and will start scoring from the next round.

As I said, the above assets’ values will updated after every race. However, the players will have three (3) chances to change their roster. The first will be after the 4th race of the season (Bahrain GP). If the Bahrain GP doesn’t take place, it will be after the 5th race of the season (Spain, Barcelona). The 2nd opportunity to change roster will be after the 10th race of the season (Hockenheim). Finally, players will get the chance to change their team for a 3rd time (and a final push towards victory!) after Round 16 (South Korea).

Each time a player changes his team, he/she must use as budget the value of his team at that time; any change of asset will use as value the value of the asset at that time. For example, after Round 4 my team’s value may have risen to 55,000,000$. That means I have an extra 5,000,000$ to spend. Also, Schumacher presently costs 14,000,000$. If after Round 4 he costs 17,000,000$ then you’ll have to spend an extra 3,000,000$ to recruit his services.

All the above means that you will have to judge carefully which assets you select at first. You may not go for the ones that will produce the better results, but for those whose value you expect to rise dramatically, thereby giving yourself a better budget for the remainder of the season.

As a final note, the values will be determined by me, and they will not be debatable. I will try, as much as possible, to make them an accurate reflection of both performance and expectations… It goes without saying that you don’t have to make any changes if you don’t feel like it. You can keep the same team for the entire season. Also, if a driver loses his seat, then you automatically inherit the replacement driver, along with his value.

2. Rules and Scoring

You don’t need to read this part in order to understand or to participate, but I highly recommend it, in order to understand how the points will be distributed which will allow you to make intelligent and strategic selections.

2a. Drivers

Each driver in your team will be getting 25 pts for 1st place (classified finishing position), 18 pts for 2nd place, 15 pts for 3rd place, 12 pts for 4th place, 10 pts for 5th place, 8 pts for 6th place, 6 pts for 7th place, 4 pts for 8th place, 2 pts for 9th place and, finally, 1 pt for 10th place.

However, in addition to the above, and in order to make your choices much more interesting and strategic, the drivers will be scoring pts in numerous other ways:

If a driver does not finish the race due to an accident (it doesn’t matter who’s at fault), 5 points will be deducted. If he doesn’t finish the race due to any car-related problem, 2 points will be deducted. If a driver does not start a race (for whatever reason) 5 points will be deducted. If a driver does not qualify for a race, 6.5 points will be deducted.

Also, for every place that a driver gains in relation to his starting position he will get +0.25 points. For every place that he loses, he will lose 0.25 points. Pole position will be awarded with 1 point and fastest lap of the race with 0.5 points.

Finally, to award the battle between team-mates, for every tenth of a second (0.1 seconds) that a driver is faster than his team-mate, he will get 0.15 points, and vice versa (for every tenth he loses, he will lose 0.15 points). The lap times that will be compared will be the fastest lap of each driver from all qualifying sessions. In case a driver doesn’t post a laptime, no points will be awarded. In case there is a huge difference between laptimes due to weather (e.g. Q1 is under rain and only one driver advances into Q2, which is dry), then points will be awarded taking into consideration the laptimes of the session that they both participated in.

2b. Chassis (team)

Each team will be scoring according to the higher placed car, in the classified results. 1st position will be awarded with 20 pts, 2nd place with 14 pts, 3rd place with 11 pts, 4th place with 8 pts, 5th place with 6 pts, 6th place with 4.5 pts, 7th place with 3.5 pts, 8th place with 2 pts, 9th place with 1 pt and, finally, 10th place with 0.5 pt.

Further to the above, if one car does not finish the race 3.5 points will be deducted, whereas 7 points will be deducted in the case of a double DNF. In case of DNS (did not start, for whatever reason) for one car, 3.5 points will be deducted, whereas 7 points will be deducted in case of a double DNS. In case of DNQ (did not qualify) for one car, 4.5 points will be deducted, whereas 9 points will be deducted in case of a double DNQ.

Pole position will be awarded 0.8 points, and the fastest lap of the race 0.4 points.

Finally, for every place (on average between the two cars) that is gained in comparison to their average grid position, 0.5 points will be awarded. Similarly, 0.5 points will be deducted for every (average) place lost.

2c. Engine

Each engine will be scoring according to the higher placed car, in the classified results. 1st place will get 10 pts, 2nd place will get 8 pts, 3rd place will get 6 pts, 4th place will get 4 pts, 5th place will get 3 pts, 6th place will get 2 pts, 7th place will get 1pt and, finally, 8th place will get 0.5 pts (yeah, no points for 9th and 10th).

Additionally, each DNF due to engine problem only will be penalized with 2.5 points.

Pole position gets 0.4 points and the fastest lap of the race 0.2 points.

Finally, for every place (on average between the two cars) that is gained in comparison to their average grid position, 0.25 points will be awarded. Similarly, 0.25 points will be deducted for every (average) place lost.

OK THEN… You are now more than ready to make your choices. 2012 looks to be a great season, once more. Looking forward to having a great fantasy league with you guys. After each race, I will be posting the results, the updated values and lots of interesting tables and graphs so that the geek side of you can rejoice…

Oh, by the way, I will be sending out an 1:18 replica of a 2011 F1 car (not decided which one yet!) to the winner. It’s not a gift and it’s not a promotion, since this blog has no advertisements and no sponsors – it will just be a personal thank you and well done 🙂


  1. Lamp says:

    I usually suck at these sort of things but may as well have a go at it 😛
    Jenson Button
    Heikki Kovalinen
    Cosworth (HRT)

    • abu says:

      Excellent… Mr. Lamp you are one of the first to stick your neck out.

      And while we are at it, I’ll post my entry too:

      Driver 1 = Sebastian Vettel (25.00m$)
      Driver 2 = Heikki Kovalainen (4.00m$)
      Team (chassis) = Lotus (10.50m$)
      Engine = Renault (Red Bull) (10.00m$)

      Total, a nice 49.50m$… 😀

  2. ahw3ll says:

    OK, sign me up!

    Driver 1 – Jenson Button ($21.50m)
    Driver 2 – Romain Grosjean ($8.00m)
    Team – Force India ($11.00m)
    Engine – Mercedes (McLaren) ($9.25m)

    Which means I’ve spent 49.75 mil… Making me the Toyota of this league so far!

  3. mcquinny says:

    Hello! Could I have the following team please? 🙂

    Sebastian Vettel = $25 mil
    Paul Di Resta = $10.5 mil
    Toro Rosso Chassis = $8 mil
    Renault (Lotus) engine = $5.25 mil

    = $48.75 mil


  4. JDizzle says:

    This looks great,

    Driver 1 – Webber ($17.5m)
    Driver 2 – Grosjean ($8.00m)
    Team – Mclaren ($18.5m)
    Engine – Renult (Lotus) ($5.25)

    That’s $49.25 all together if my maths is correct.

  5. tmzxaar says:

    Driver 1 – Heikki Kovalainen ($4 mil)
    Driver 2 – Nico Rosberg ($15,5 mil)
    Chasis – Red Bull ($20 mil)
    Engine – Renault (Red Bull) ($10 mil)

  6. abu says:

    Excellent selections so far – keep it up guys 🙂

  7. Laura says:

    Picks –

    Force India
    Renault (Red Bull)

    Hope that’s in budget!


  8. Andy says:


    The Hulk
    Renault (Redbull)

    49.5Mill 🙂

  9. zouzoupi says:

    Driver 1: Button
    Driver 2: Webber
    Team: Caterham
    Engine: Mercedes (Mercedes)

    Total: 49.25 M 🙂

  10. warnzee says:

    Followed the link across from the Planet F1 forum.
    I like the scoring system, although i made my choices before i read it (yeah, i’m making excuses already! :p)

    Driver 1 : Alonso
    Driver 2: Hulkenberg
    Team: Torro Rosso
    Engine: Mercedes (Mclaren)

    Total: 49.75

    Bring it on!

  11. Eastlygod says:

    Another PF1 convert… 😛

    Alonso – $23m
    Grosjean – $8m
    Lotus Chassis – $10.5m
    Mercedes (Mercedes) Engine – $7.25m

    Total – $48.75m

  12. Dutch Chocolate says:

    Keen as a bean to get in on this.

    Massa – 16.5m
    Rosberg – 15,5m
    Mercedes – 14.5m
    Renault (Williams) = 3.5
    Total – 50m

    Number: 25

    • abu says:

      Hahahahaha…. I’d never realized a bean could be keen! Guess we learn something every day… 🙂

      Great choices btw, very balanced team, let’s see where it gets you. You are the first to pick Massa – he was in the corner, crying, feeling completely left out. That was very “magnanimous” of you mate 😉

      Welcome onboard

  13. nickb01 says:

    Awesome thing you got goin here!

    Chassis: Red Bull $20m
    Engine: Mercedes (McLaren) $9.25m
    Drivers: Kimi Raikkonen $11.5m
    Kamui Kobayashi $9m

    Total: $49.75m



  14. I like this, first time i have seen it. Hear goes.

    Drivers: Lewis Hamilton $22,500,000
    Nico Hulkenberg $9,500,000
    Chassis: Force India $11,000,000
    Engine: Renault Lotus $5,250,000

    Total: $48,250,000

  15. Geoff Nunns says:

    Jenson Button – $21,500,000
    Nico Hulkenburg – £9,500,000
    Lotus – $10,500,000
    Merc (Merc) – $7,250,000

    Total – $48,750,000

    id: 22 or minchy on pf1 forum

  16. gibby says:

    My first time on this. Drivers are Massa & Perez. Chassis is Mclaren and engine is Merc (Force India). Should all come in at £49.5 m.

  17. ianjamessmith says:

    Hi – followed link from PF1 (thepitlane)

    Driver 1 – Webber 17.5
    Driver 2 – Di Resta 10.5
    Chassis – Mclaren 18.5
    Engine – Renault (williams) 3.5


  18. Jim o says:

    DRIVER 1 – LEWIS HAMILTON 22,500,000
    CHASSIS – FORCE INDIA 11,000,000




  19. EllisD says:

    Jenson Button (21,500,000)
    Jean Eric-Vergne (7,000,000)
    Lotus chasis (10,500,000)
    Red Bull engine (10,000,000)

    Remaining – £1,000,000

  20. Ivan says:

    Driver 1 – Vettel 25
    Driver 2 – Kovalainen 4
    Chassis – McLaren 18.5
    Engine – Renault (Caterham) 1.5
    Number: 23

    Here’s hoping for a great season!

  21. Tumppi57 says:

    Driver 1: Räikkönen 11.5m
    Driver 2: Kovalainen 4m
    Chassis: Lotus 10.5m
    Engine: Renault (lotus) 5.25m

    Total: 31.25m

  22. Chris Booth says:

    Sign me up!!!!!!!
    Niko Rosberg
    Red Bull
    Now I want $750,000 worth of Ice lollies to keep Kimi happy!

    • Chris Booth says:

      I got my sums wrong, that means a change:
      Ok no more Nico.
      Kimi Raikkonen $11.5m
      Bruno Senna(what am I thinking) $6.5m
      Red Bull $20m
      Ferrari (engine) $9.25m

      $47.25m, Now kimi has a life supply of Ice Cream. $2.75m!

  23. toilet says:

    hello, i’ll pop mine on pf1 too, but it’ll be under the same name.

    taking a bit of a gamble, hoping that they might increase in value, probably not that good an idea….

    Driver 1 – Nico Rosberg ($15.5m)
    Driver 2 – Romain Grosjean ($8m)
    Chassis – Caterham ($3m)
    Engine – Mercedes McLaren ($9.25m)

    Total – $35.75m

  24. James Young says:

    (my ISP crashed as I tried to send this the first time, so sorry if a DP)

    Driver 1 Vettel 25mm
    Driver 2 Heikki 4mm
    Chassis McLaren 18.5mm
    Engine Renault (cat) 1.5mm
    Total 49mm

    Let the fun begin!

  25. Bluesboy18 says:

    I’l have a go, why not..
    Michael schumacher – 14,000,000
    Jean Eric Vergne – 7,000,000
    Mclaren chassis – 18,500,000
    Renault Red Bull engine – 10,000,000

    Making a grand total of 49,500,000

  26. Jack Prior says:

    Driver 1- Schumacher (14M)
    Driver 2- Niko Rosberg (15.5M)
    Lotus Chassis (10.5M)
    Mercedes (Mclaren)Engine (9.25M)

    Total 49.25M


  27. Robins says:

    Lewis : 22.5 M
    Kimi : 11.5 M
    Lotus : 10.5 M
    Renault (Lotus) : 5.25 M
    Total : 49.75 M

  28. Benny_Rex says:

    Hi i’m keen to have a crack
    Webber: 17.5m
    Kimi: 11.5m

    Lotus : 10.5m

    Red Bull: 10m

    TOTAL: 49.5m

    Thanks 🙂

  29. janik says:

    Hello Abu, thank you very much for doing this.

    Here´s my team:
    Mark Webber 17.5M
    Pedro De La Rosa 1.75M
    Chassis: Red Bull 20M
    Engine: Renault (Red Bull) 10M
    Total: 49.25M

  30. Hello

    ill have a punt on

    Jenson Button – 21,500,000
    Kimi – 11,500,000
    Force india Chassis – 11,000,000
    Renault (Lotus) Engine – 5.250.000

    Total: 49,9250,000

    Thanks for doing this.

  31. Ok… So here are my picks!

    Jenson Button (21.5)
    Sebastian Grosjean (8.0)
    Lotus Chassis (10.5)
    Ferrari Engine (9.25)

    Total – 49.25

  32. AycheAyeEmm says:

    Hamilton (22.5M)
    Raikkonen (11.5M)
    Lotus (Renault) (10.5M)
    Renault (Lotus) (5.25M)

    Total: 49.75M


  33. Paul Hedges says:

    Lewis Hamilton= $22.5 mil
    Vitaly Petrov = $3.25 mil
    McLaren Chassis = $18.5 mil
    Mercedes (Force India) engine = $5.5 mil

    = $49.75 mil

  34. Adhiron says:

    Thanks for setting this up, my choices are:

    Webber 17.5
    Raikonnen 11.5
    Chassis: Mercedes 14.5
    Engine: Renault (Lotus) 5.25

    Total 48.75

  35. Steve p says:

    Webber 17.5
    Rosberg 15.5
    Chassis lotus 10.5
    Engine Renault lotus 5.25


    Great site!

  36. kiriad says:

    Vettel, Petrov, Red Bull, Caterham (49 750)


  37. MCRachel says:

    Hi, thank you very much for this game! 🙂

    Rosberg ($15.5 M)
    Grosjean ($8 M)

    McLaren ($18.5 M)

    Mercedes ($7.25 M)

    TOTAL: 49.25 M

    By the way absolutely great testing reports! 😉

  38. Emil says:




  39. says:

    Driver 1: Kimi Raikkonen 11.5
    Driver 2 Nico Hulkenberg 9.5
    Chassis: McLaren 18.5
    Engine: Renault (Red Bull) 10

    Total: 49.5

  40. Jeanrien says:

    Love the idea and would love to join the pack (probably in midfield ^^)
    Here is my line up :

    Drivers :
    Jenson Button (21,5 M$)
    Heikki Kovalainen (4 M$)

    Chassis :
    McLaren (18,5 M$)

    Engine :
    Renault Lotus (5,25 M$)

    Total : 49,25 M$

    I just have a question (which won’t modify my choice anyway). Concerning the engine, the score is calculated only for the engine mounted on the specified car (in my case only for Lotus and not for other renault engine ?)

    • abu says:

      Hello mate – the engine, as you correctly say, only scores on the basis of the results of the specified car that it is mounted on… 🙂

  41. Jani says:

    My team, for now..

    Kimi Raikkonen 11.500.000
    Jean-Eric Vergne 7.000.000

    Mercedes 14.500.000

    Renault Lotus 5.250.000

    Total: $38.250.000

  42. mozart06 says:

    Driver 1- Schumacher (14M)
    Driver 2- Niko Rosberg (15.5M)
    Lotus Chassis (10.5M)
    Renault (Red Bull) Engine (10M)

    Total 50M

  43. Majk says:


    My team:
    1st driver: Kimi Raikkonen (11.5M$)
    2nd driver: Romain Grosjean (8M$)
    Chassis: Red Bull (20M$)
    Engine: Renault – Red Bull (10M$)

    Total: 49.5M$

  44. Driver 1- Schumacher (14M)
    Driver 2- Vettel (25M)
    Caterham Chassis (3M)
    Mercedes (Mercedes) Engine (7.25M)

    Total 49.25M

  45. M.Saar says:

    Alonso – $23m
    Räikkonen – $11m
    Lotus Chassis – $10.5m
    Ferrari ( Toro Rosso ) – 4.0m

    Total – $48m

  46. Raul Kaubi says:

    Hello. I would like to leave my choice.

    My team:
    Driver 1: Lewis Hamilton – 22.5M
    Driver 2: Pedro De La Rosa – 1,75M
    Chassis: Mclaren – 18.5M
    Engine: Mercedes (Mercedes) – 7.25M

    Total: 50M

  47. jeanrien says:

    I will play the role of the annoying guy who want a slight modification of the rules …
    In the driver part, we can gain or loose point according to the qualification, but if one set no time there is no point attributed. And surely a driver starting at the back of the grid should bring some points for overtaking.
    Maybe this pick should either have a point deduction for having a driver not setting any quali laps, or this driver would have the same time as the last one on the grid to attribute gain/loss of points ?
    Or this is jackpot situation if one of our main driver get in the situation ^^

    I’m quite surprised by the number of different line up people propose, I was expecting to see many times the same thing but you choose your numbers nicely so it doesn’t happen.

    Now I have to appologize, maybe I’m just thinking too much, maybe I’m just impatient this F1 season start … Anyway I’m a fan of what you propose here and love this blog, and sorry if that comment was unwelcomed (let me know so I don’t do it again ^^ )

    • abu says:

      Jean, je crois que tu n’as rien a faire! 😛 🙂

      Ok, seriously: Thanks for your comments, they are always welcome of course. The rules… hmmm… well, if a driver doesn’t post a laptime, then he will be getting no points for qualifying, and I think that’s enough. As you said, this whole league is about a balance, i.e. create those points-scoring rules and values that will lead to diversity in people’s choices. So far, I have to agree with you, the diversity is awsome. I also didn’t want people to get too penalized for having slow drivers in their selection… Let’s see how it goes this season, and if it’s something that needs changing, we will change if for next year!


  48. evooo says:

    Greetings (from pf1)

    Team: McLaren (18.5m)
    Engine: Mercedes (McLaren) (9.25m)
    Driver 1: Mark Webber (17.5m)
    Driver 2: Heikki Kovaleinen (4.0m)

    Total: 49.25m

  49. juniperus says:


    my choice:

    Team: Mercedes (14.5m)
    Engine: Renault (Red Bull) (10m)
    Driver 1: Sebastian Vettel (25m)
    Driver 2: Romain Grosjean (8m)

    Total: 49.5m

  50. Fedja says:

    Hey there, greetings from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Drivers: 1. Kimi Raikkonen(11.5m); 2. Paul di Resta(10.5m)
    Chasis: Red Bull(20m)
    Engine: Mercedes (Mercedes)(7.25m)
    Total: 49.25m

  51. Pan Papadeas says:

    chassis mclaren (18.5)
    driver 1 : schumacher (14)
    driver 2 : raikonnen (11.5)
    engine : renault (lotus) (5.25)

  52. Juniperus says:

    Ups… my fault!


    Team: Mercedes (14.5m)
    Engine: Renault (Lotus) (5.25m)
    Driver 1: Sebastian Vettel (25m)
    Driver 2: Heikki Kovalainen (4m)

    Total: 48.75m

  53. Belgian Underground says:

    I’d like to join! 23

    Driver 1: Jenson Button (21.5m)
    Driver 2: Timo Glock (2.75m)
    Team: McLaren (18.5m)
    Engine: Mercedes (7.25m)

    Total: 50.0m

  54. Francuis says:

    driver 1:Fernando Alonso (23m)

    Driver2: Bruno Senna (6.5m)

    Team: Sauber (9m)

    Engine: Mercedes (7.25m)

    Total: 45.25m

  55. Polestar31 says:

    Great blog! I’d like to hop on the fantasy league train:

    Driver 1 — Jenson Button (21.5m$)
    Driver 2 — Heikki Kovalainen (4.0m$)
    Chassis — Red Bull (20.0m$)
    Engine — Sauber (4.5m$)

    Total: 50.0m$

  56. Irietuning says:

    Asset Cost ($m)

    Nico Rosberg 15.5
    Heikki Kovalainen 4

    Mclaren 18.5

    Renault (Red Bull) 10
    TOTAL 48

  57. toleman fan says:

    Include me in:

    Driver 1 – Nico Rosberg ($15,5 mil)
    Driver 2 – Heikki Kovalainen ($4 mil)
    Chasis – Red Bull ($20 mil)
    Engine – Renault (Red Bull) ($10 mil)


  58. arupjnath says:

    Driver 1- Jenson Button($21.5 million)

    Driver 2- Paul Di Resta($10.5 million)

    Chassis- Mercedes($14.5 million)

    Engine- Renault(caterham)($1.5 million)

    Total-$48 million

  59. Boyolo says:

    Hello Everybody!

    Abulafia… my best compliments for your blog! impressive!

    Here are my choices:

    – Jenson Button 21.5
    – Jean Eric Vergne 7
    – RedBull 20
    – Renault (Caterham) 1.5

    Total 50!

    Being Ferrari fan… hope to lose!

    Happy Season everybody!!

  60. Talisman says:

    Thought I’d join in the fun:

    Mark Webber 17.5 m
    Romain Grosjean 8 m
    Red Bull 20 m
    Sauber/Ferrari 4.5 m

    Total 50 m

  61. NineFive says:

    Great work dude. Are you doing this whole blog on your own?

    My choices:

    Driver 1: Sebastian Vettel (25)
    Driver 2: Heikki Kovalainen (4)
    Team: Mercedes (14.5)
    Engine: Renault (Lotus) (5.25)

    Total: 48.75

    • abu says:

      Thanks mate – yes, all this blog I do it on my own… Quite tricky when you have a job that keeps you busy until 20:00 every day, and a g/f that keeps you busy for the rest of the day… 😉

  62. eddy says:

    Include me in:

    Driver 1 – Jenson Button 21.5

    Driver 2 – kimi Raikkonen 11.5

    Chasis – Lotus 10.5

    Engine – Merceded ( Force India) 5.5

    Total 49m

  63. fatboy72 says:

    Followed this from PF1 so lets have a bash:

    Driver 1 – Jenson Button 21.5
    Driver 2 – Romain Grosjean 8

    Chassis – Lotus 10.5

    Engine – Red Bull 10

    Total 50 mil

    Great job you do on this mate must take a lot of work!

  64. Danielsan says:

    Here we go:

    Driver 1 – Schumacher 14.0
    Driver 2 – Raikkonen 11.5
    Chassis: Lotus 10.5
    Engine: Renault (Lotus) 5.25

    Makes a total of $41.25 million

  65. ozaziz says:

    here i am :

    Williams 7.0
    Mercedes 7.25
    Schumacher 14.0
    Button 21.5

    $ 49.75m


    you make a great job !

    • abu says:

      Welcome mate! However, as per the rules, since you made your selection after the Friday practice tests, your score for the first race will the minimum score from all the other participants on the 1st round. But don’t worry, you will start scoring regularly from the 2nd round of the championship… 🙂

  66. Hamza says:

    Driver 1: M. Schumacher $14m
    Driver 2: R. Grosjean $8m
    Team: Mclaren $18.5 m
    Engine: Mercedes (Mercedes) $7.25m

    Total: $47.75m


    Sorry for the late entry

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