Open Wheel Draft is a private IndyCar fantasy league. Tier selection is based on a proprietary algorithm powered by Eaganomics™️ . Players will draft drivers in 16-rounds of racing which occur at varying intervals over a 6-month period. So set those calendar events and download the IndyCar app.
Draft. Race. Win.
Draft Early. Draft Often
- If you have trouble drafting or can’t reach a computer, you can request the tiers from the League Admins & we’ll input your drivers manually.
- SMS Reminders are the most reliable reminder system. Almost everyone is signed up. Reply STOP if you’d like to stop receiving them.
- Join in on the conversation in the Telegram and Facebook groups.
- Changes were made to the login form. Use your email address to login. Let us know if you have an issue.
Research your picks or find a way to watch enjoy the race. This page is always up to date, and will continue to become more valuable throughout the season. Interested in writing an article? Look under “Connect” on the Main Menu.
Contact League Admins
If you are having an issue with the website, or your score, please reach out on the form first. Also, please keep in mind that we have day jobs, but we’ll get back to you ASAP. The Facebook Group can connect your to our cell phones via Messenger.
Official OWD Facebook Group
Not required. However, it is useful for asking questions, discuss the race, and propose ideas. Please do not hesitate to post in here about anything once the season gets going. Standard communication will still go out via email.
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Where to Watch
New to this League?
You can read the rules here or anytime on the main menu. Just make sure to get your picks in on time. It’s a long season and we are dropping the lowest score this year. Download the IndyCar Mobile App as well. It’s helpful. Feel free to shoot us any questions.
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