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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

Released: 1999
Profile Updated: Oct 20, 2023
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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.

Running on Windows 10

Installed from the CD, downloaded the win2k exe to the game folder and ran that. NGLIDE was already installed on my system.

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