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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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GP 500 Melbourne House, MicroProse, 1999

GP 500 was a racing simulator released in 1999 by MicroProse for PC created by Melbourne House.

The game is a simulation of the 1998 FIM Road Racing World Championship GP 500 motorcycle circuit. It was notable for its advanced physics and realism developed in co-operation with motorcycle racer Kenny Roberts Jr

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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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