Formula One video games
Ever since Pole Position in 1983, Formula One has always played a part of the racing genre in video games. Geoff Crammond's 1991 simulation Grand Prix played an integral role in moving Formula One gam...
Formula One (Studio Liverpool video game series)
Formula One was a series of computer and video games originally created by Psygnosis and more recently Studio Liverpool. It takes its name from the popular car racing series of the same name. Since 20...
GP Challenge
Not to be confused with the similarly titled Grand Prix Challenge.GP Challenge is a 1998 Formula One racing game by Midas Interactive Entertainment. The game features teams from the 1998 season, but t...
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F1 Grand Prix (2005 video game)
F1 Grand Prix is the first of Sony's two Formula One games released on the PlayStation Portable. It was released in Europe on 1 September 2005 and was developed by Traveller's Tales. It features the o...
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Final Lap 3
Final Lap 3 (ファイナルラップ3, Fainaru Rappu Tsurī), as the name suggests, is the third title in the Final Lap series, released by Namco in 1992; like its precursors (as well as Four Trax, and Suzuka...
Final Lap
Final Lap (ファイナルラップ, Fainaru Rappu) is a racing video game produced by Namco, and released by Atari Games for the United States in 1987. It was the first game to run on Namco's then new System...
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Taito Grand Prix: Eikou heno License
Taito Grand Prix: Eikou heno License (タイトーグランプリ 栄光へのライセンス, "Taito License to Grand Prix Glory") is a 1987 Formula One racing video game for the Japan-exclusive Famicom. This video game takes the p...
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Exhaust Heat
Exhaust Heat (エキゾースト・ヒート), released in North America as F1 ROC: Race of Champions, is a 1992 racing video game developed by Seta Corporation for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.The followi...
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Formula One Championship Edition
Formula One Championship Edition is a racing video game, developed by SCE Studio Liverpool and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation 3. The game follows the basic structure of F...
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F-1 (arcade game)
F-1 is a racing arcade game developed by Namco and distributed by Atari Inc., originally released in 1976.
F-1 is based on electromechanical (em) projection technology. The race track is a pre-re...
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Racing Simulation 2
Racing Simulation 2 is a driving simulation video game, released for PC developed and released by Ubisoft in 1998 (although it was minorly re-released in 2002) It incorporates and is based on factors ...
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Formula One Arcade
Formula One Arcade is a racing video game developed by Studio 33 and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation. The drivers featured on the front cover, from left to right, are Eddi...
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Formula One: Built to Win
Formula One: Built to Win is a 1990 racing video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System developed by Winky Soft and published by SETA Corporation.It was one of the first racing games to feature a ...
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F1 Pole Position (video game)
F1 Pole Position, released in Japan as Human Grand Prix (ヒューマングランプリ), is a 1992 racing video game for the SNES, developed by Human Entertainment and published by them in Japan, while the other ver...
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Fastest 1
Fastest 1 (ファステスト・ワン) is a Sega Mega Drive racing game video game released in 1991 exclusively in Japan. During the release of this video game, other Formula One video games like Super Monaco GP h...
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Grand Prix (video game)
Grand Prix is a Formula One Grand Prix motor racing-themed video game, and one of the first side-scrolling racing video games. It was designed and programmed by David Crane for the Atari 2600 video g...
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F-1 World Grand Prix II
F-1 World Grand Prix II is a Formula One racing game for the Nintendo 64, Sega Dreamcast and Game Boy Color. The Nintendo 64 version was released only in Europe in 2000. The game is a sequel to F-1 Wo...
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Satoru Nakajima F-1 Hero 2
Nakajima Satoru F-1 Hero 2 (中嶋悟監修 F-1ヒーロー2) is a 1991 Japan-exclusive Family Computer Formula One video game developed by Human Entertainment and published by Varie. It is the sequel to Nakajima S...
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Grand Prix Circuit (video game)
Grand Prix Circuit is a motor racing game for Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Apple II, Commodore 64, DOS and ZX Spectrum. It was first released in 1987 by Accolade. For DOS, it was released in 1988.
Players ...
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Grand Prix Legends
Grand Prix Legends (nicknamed GPL) is a computer racing simulator developed by Papyrus Design Group and published in 1998 by Sierra Entertainment. At the time of its release, it simulated the 1967 For...
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F-1 Grand Prix (video game series)
F-1 Grand Prix (エフワングランプリ)) is a series of video games developed and published by Video System. The series is based on the seasonal television series by Fuji Television and FOCA. It was also infl...
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F1 Circus MD
F1 Circus MD (エフワン サーカス エムディ) is a multiplatform video game that was released for the Sega Mega Drive in addition to the PC Engine version of the game - which was released under the title F1 Circu...
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F1 Pole Position 64
F1 Pole Position 64, released in Japan as Human Grand Prix: The New Generation, is a 1997 racing video game for the Nintendo 64 developed by Human Entertainment and published by them in Japan, but han...
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Formula One World Championship: Beyond the Limit
Formula One World Championship: Beyond the Limit, released in Japan as Heavenly Symphony: Formula One World Championship 1993 (ヘブンリー シンフォニー フォーミュラーワン ワールド チャンピオンシップ 1993), is a 1994 racing game re...
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Satoru Nakajima F-1 Hero GB World Championship '91
Satoru Nakajima F-1 Hero GB World Championship '91 (中嶋悟監修F-1ヒーローGBワールドチャンピオンシップ'91, Nakashima Satoshi Kanshuu Uebu-Wan Hīrō Gēmu Bōi Wārudo Chanpionshippu Nintī Wan) is a 1991 Japan-exclusive ...
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Nakajima Satoru F-1 Hero '94
Nakajima Satoru F-1 Hero '94 (中嶋悟監修 F1 HERO '94) is a 1994 Japan-exclusive Super Famicom Formula One arcade racing video game licensed (and also supervised) by Satoru Nakajima and by FOCA to Fuji ...
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F-1 Pilot
F-1 Pilot (F1パイロット) is a racing video game, published by Pack-In-Video, which was released in Japan in 1989.The cover art features Satoru Nakajima driving for Camel Team Lotus Honda in the 1988 Fo...
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Formula One (1985 video game)
Formula One is a Formula One racing management videogame published in 1985 by CRL Group PLC, developed by G.B. Munday and B.P. Wheelhouse for the ZX Spectrum, and converted to Amstrad CPC by Richard T...
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Formula One Grand Prix (video game)
Formula One Grand Prix (known as World Circuit in the United States) is a racing simulator released in 1992 by MicroProse for the Atari ST, Amiga and PC created by game designer Geoff Crammond. It is ...
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