Formula One Grand Prix – PC

The thing that stays with me from this Geoff Crammond game was you could turn the graphics up and down to get a better frame rate. The game came out in 1992, published by Microprose and was released on Amiga, Atari ST and PC. It represented the 1992 GP season buut the drivers names were fictional as the game was not officially affiliated with FIA. It had simulation type adjustments such as gear ratios and wing settings that did impact the driving of your racer. You could even turn off and on driver aids to help you learn to drive or if you were just not so good, like me, keep them on and enjoy racing without crashing into everything on the track…

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