Prizes

Overview

Prizes are awarded at the end of the Contest to the top 25 overall teams and to the top 4 teams in each league with the highest average number of team points per race based on their best 14 race weeks. Prizes are also awarded weekly to the top 10 overall teams with the highest point totals for the 2 week's race totals as follows:

Prize Table for Fantasy Cup® Circuit 1

Place Overall
(all teams)
League
(25 teams)
Weekly
(all teams)
1 $10,000 $300 $100
2 $3,000 $150 $50
3 $2,000 $100 $40
4 $1,000 $50 $30
5 $500 $25
6 $100 $20
7 $100 $15
8 $100 $10
9 $100 $10
10 $100 $10
11-25 $100

BONUS PRIZE! $100.00 cash will be awarded to the team that achieves the highest one-race score during the 18 races of Fantasy Cup® Circuit 1!

CLUBHOUSE PRIZES! Over $2,000 in total Clubhouse prizes will be split between the top 3 Clubhouses in the Clubhouse Challenge and the top Clubhouse in the 2nd Chance Auto Clubhouse Challenge. For complete rules and prize information for each of the Clubhouses, click here.

Weekly Prizes: In the event that teams are tied for weekly prizes, the ties will be broken by comparing each team's top scoring driver for the race just completed. If the tie is still not broken, this process continues with the second top scoring driver and so forth down the team until the tie is broken. If the tied teams have the exact same scores for all 8 of their drivers then their total year-to-date race points will be used to break the tie. If the teams are still tied after this, then the team with the highest current balance in his/her cash account will win. If, after applying all of the above tie-breakers, teams are still tied, the prize money will be divided evenly among those who have tied.

Overall / League Prizes - In the event that teams are tied for overall and/or league prizes at the end of the Contest, the ties will be broken using the same tie-breakers as are used for weekly prizes and by using the final race results.

Bonus Prize - In the event that teams are tied for the bonus prize, the ties will be broken by comparing each team’s top scoring driver for the week that the highest weekly race score was achieved. If the tie is still not broken, this process continues with the second top scoring driver, then the third top scoring driver, and so forth down the teams' drivers, until the tie is broken. If the tied teams have the exact same scores for all 8 of their drivers, then the highest total year-to-date average race points (as calculated after dropping the 4 lowest weekly race scores) will be used to break the tie. In the event that a tie still remains applying all of the above tie-breakers, the prize money will be divided evenly among those who have tied.

Cash prizes are awarded in U.S. dollars.

In the event that a league does not contain 25 teams, CDM Sports will determine, in its sole discretion, whether to cancel the league.