Fantasy Sports leagues are commonplace, especially those that put fans in charge of baseball, basketball or football squads. But sometimes the Big Three aren't enough for the true sports geeks among us. Try these more obscure fantasy sites to while away the winter hours until your fantasy baseball draft.
Wish there were more to being a motor sports fan than watching cars ride in a circle? Rev up Virtual Racing, where you can manage your own NASCAR, CART, IRL or Formula I team. Choose drivers, hire a pit crew, design your car's technology, line up sponsors and compete in races-and never get spattered with motor oil.
The Fantasy Bowling League doesn't rely on professional bowling stars, which is good, since few people can name any professional bowling stars. Rather, the FBL lets kegiers form teams, post their scores from local alleys and compete for cash prizes with bowlers around the world.
Wall Street Sports lets you build a portfolio of athletes whose values-based on their performances-rise and fall every day like stocks. Cash and prizes are handed out to the sharpest sports speculators.
Weekend duffers can hop onto the gravy train of the pro Tour. Choose 12 golfers for each PGA Tour event; if your dozensome is tough around the greens, you could win as much as $10,000 for a regular event and $15,000 at a major.
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