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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

Released: 1992
Profile Updated: Mar 14, 2024
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Formula One Grand Prix (known as World Circuit in the United States) was a racing simulator released in 1992 by MicroProse for the Atari ST, Amiga and PC created by game designer Geoff Crammond.

The game is a simulation of Formula One racing and at the time and was noted for its 3D graphics and attention to detail, in particular the players ability to edit the teams and drivers and set up their car to their own personal specifications.

Running on Windows 10

I got the Amiga version running in WinUAE and the DOS version running in DOSBOX (a DOS emulator). No issues to report with either.

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