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Geoff Crammond

Legendary British game developer whose career spanned a 20 year period and included groundbreaking simulations of Formula Three and Formula One, including arguably the first ever racing sim: Revs (1984).

Most famous for his Grand Prix series that were published under the MicroProse label until 2000, his career unceremoniously ended when his studio was shut down by Infogrames and the Xbox version of Grand Prix 4 cancelled just prior to release.

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Grand Prix 4 Geoff Crammond, 2002

GP4 is a simulation of the 2001 Formula One World Championship. It includes the 17 tracks from the season and allows the player to select from 11 teams.

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Grand Prix 3 Geoff Crammond, MicroProse, 2000

GP3 is a simulation of the 1998 or 2000 Formula One World Championships. It includes the 16/17 tracks from the seasons and allows the player to select from 11 teams

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Grand Prix 2 Geoff Crammond, MicroProse, 1996

GP2 is a simulation of the 1994 Formula One World Championship. It includes the 16 tracks from the season and allows the player to select from 14 teams

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Formula One Grand Prix Geoff Crammond, MicroProse, 1992

F1GP is a simulation of the 1991 Formula One World Championship. It includes the 16 tracks from the season and allows the player to select from 18 teams

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Revs Geoff Crammond, 1984

Revs is a 1984 simulation of Formula Three. It allows the player to drive an F3 car and offered up to five tracks

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