LFS A1GP Series Season 1
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The LF1 A1GP Series sees 21 countries fight it out for the title on the six tracks in the LFS Universe.
Drivers and countries
|0||Innes McDonald||U.K.||1||Andy White|
|2||Uwe Lambertz||Germany||1||Alexander Butscher|
|3||Carlo Cilio||Italy||1||Edoardo Lovatin|
|4||Steinar Nilsen||Norway||1||Henrikke Nilsen|
|5||Eric Zuzga||U.S.A.||1||Wendy Corduroy|
|6||Mariusz Wisniewski||Poland||None*||Kamil Wozniak|
|7||Hee-Chul Kim||S. Korea||1||Ki-Bong Hwang|
|8||Michael McCarthy||Ireland||1||David Casey|
|9||Fran Elisor||France||1||Fabien Chevalier|
|10||Miguel Galeano||Spain||1||David Ortega Zurdo|
|11||Josenaldo Lopes||Brazil||?*||Gildo Sales|
|12||Laurent Winckel||Luxembourg||1||Robert Oster|
|14||Stefan Radovic||Austria||1||Andreas Gruber|
|15||Geoffrey Engelen||Belgium||1||Eddy Kesters|
|16||Alexey Vasyagin||Russia||1||Artem Mambetov|
|17||Christian Aunger||Canada||1||Andre Vasquez|
|18||Davide Rondelli||San Marino||1||Alessandro Bruschi|
|19||Branko Chiumiento||Switzerland||1||Mark Ziliani|
|20||Alexandr Podlyagin||Transnistria||1||Konstantin Abitov|
|21||Jukka Aaltonen||Finland||1||Ville Salvi|
|TBA||Kemar Battiste||Jamaica||3||Marco Deroux|
|TBA||Haruhi Suzumiya||Japan||6||Shinji Sakamoto|
- *Wisniewski was barred for the rest of the season and fired from the Poland team in disgrace, since he was adjudged to have impeded Steinar Nilsen in the pre-season prologue leading to the Norwegian's DNF. His replacement is Kamil Wozniak. Shortly afterwards, Wisniewski was sentenced to life in prison for causing a horrific attack on the plane flying him back home to Poland, so this was the end of his motorsport career for good.
- *Lopes cracked his spine after being flipped over in the pre-season prologue and was unfit to race, so he was replaced by Gildo Sales until further notice.
- McDonald and Winckel drove without their respective "April" and "Leap Frog" sponsors in the prologue, but they started using them in the first round.
- The pre-season prologue at South City to test the cars' safety was won by Austria and Stefan Radovic.