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Formula 1 Grand Prix
Box artwork for Formula 1 Grand Prix.
Developer(s) Cirrus Software, Tynesoft
Publisher(s) MicroValue
Release date(s)
Genre(s) Racing
System(s) Commodore Amiga
Mode(s) Single player
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Formula 1 Grand Prix is a racing game released for the Commodore Amiga in 1988.

Controls[edit]

Arcade-Stick-Up.png Accelerate
Arcade-Stick-Down.png Brake
Arcade-Stick-Left.png or Arcade-Stick-Right.png Steer
Arcade-Button-Orange.png + Arcade-Stick-Up.png Gear up
Arcade-Button-Orange.png + Arcade-Stick-Down.png Gear down

As with most Amiga games, the joystick should be plugged in Port 2.

Tracks[edit]

Formula 1 Grand Prix (1989) Tracks.png

There are six tracks: Imola, Monaco, Detroit, Paul Richard, Silverstone, and HockenHeim. The default track is Imola, but can be changed from the main menu.

Vehicles[edit]

There are five vehicles to choose from:

  • Ferrari F187
  • McLaren MP 4/3
  • Nenetton B187
  • Lotus 99T
  • Williams FW12

Gameplay[edit]

Gameplay screenshot

There are three game modes to choose from:

  • Timed Practice: You complete laps on the selected circuit without competition.
  • One Race: You complete laps on the selected circuit with other races.
  • Complete Season: All tracks are selected for play.

When the race starts, accelerate as quickly as possible to the maximum speed; the best time to switch to a higher gear is when the RPM is between 8000-9999. You can attack almost all turns at full speed, as long as you only steer during the turn without continuing acceleration.