Each week you play Random Fantasy Racing, you’re randomly assigned a driver participating in the next eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series race. After the race, you win the number of points that car scored in the race. The player with the highest number of points at the end of the season wins.
Yeah, pretty much.
No. The games are separate. A new beginning!
Pretty much imagine your favorite NASCAR drivers competing against each other using iRacing. It’s awesome.
Yes. There is no action required once you’ve clicked the giant purple button that makes your picks. When the race is over, you will be awarded points.
Because it’s fun.
You get one pick each race during the season. You will need to place a new pick each race.
No. Anyone with a Twitter account can play, even if you don’t like NASCAR.
Sorry, but you’re stuck with the driver you picked. Better luck next week!
No. Pick a better driver next time!
Nope. There’s no registration required. In fact, there’s no signing up whatsoever if you have a Twitter account. You just press the “Tweet My Pick” button on a race week and you’re entered.
It is free to play.
No. The spirit of the game is that it’s truly random.
That’s up to you to decide! JK, it’s random. Unless…
Yes. You need to have a Twitter account to play. Fortunately, you can create one of those for free on Twitter.com.
Yes. You can delete the tweet if you want, but it’s a requirement to tweet your pick in order for your pick to be logged. Plus, the public spectacle of seeing your pick sent out to all your friends is fun and leads to trash-talking, which everyone likes.
No. When you approve the app to make your pick, the only thing that happens is your pick is tweeted and logged in our system. It doesn’t make your account tweet more things, it doesn’t change your bio, it doesn’t make you follow anyone. It just tweets exactly one time whenever you press the giant purple button on randomfantasyracing.com to make a pick.
No. Nobody is ever exposed to your email address and it is not collected.
Check This Week’s Picks and see if your Twitter username appears. If your username appears, your pick was recorded and you can go on with your day and tell everyone about your great picking skills. If your username does not appear on the list, your pick was not recorded and thus cannot be scored.
You can place a pick as long as the big purple button allows you to place it.
If you forget to make a pick, but you really wanted to make a pick, that’s a shame. There are many ways to remind yourself of an upcoming race.
No. Like diamonds, a Random Fantasy Racing pick is forever. You can, however, delete your pick tweet, if you must. Your pick will still be recorded.
No. Random Fantasy Racing is an independent fan project.
That’s impossible because Random Fantasy Racing is already perfect. But if you really have an idea to make it better, you can heave tweets toward @steveluvender.
Sometimes things break. If something seems broken, please yell at @steveluvender and I will do my best to not make the situation even worse.
Random Fantasy Racing is a Steve Luvender disaster.