History of Formula 1 Simulator
Formula 1 Simulator is a racing game published by Mastertronic in 1984 for the ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64.
Based on the behaviour of a current Formula 1 car, this simulator offers the greatest possible realism. You will be able to race on 10 different circuits, including Silvestone, against a total of 8 rivals and facing dry and rainy weather conditions. And if all this is not enough, you will be able to drive your car with a steering wheel just like the real thing.
How to play Formula 1 Simulator
The aim is to come first at each of the circuits we compete at. At each Grand Prix we can choose to practice or do a qualifying lap, which will give us a starting position in the race. The weather will affect our driving when it comes to cornering and overtaking.
We will drive our Formula 1 by turning sideways, accelerating or braking, and using the manual gearbox. On the scoreboard you will find all the information you need to manage your driving, such as speed, revs, gear, race time, position and laps completed. We will have to keep an eye on the rear-view mirror when a rival car tries to overtake us, as we could end up crashing and lose our chances of victory.
Screenshots Formula 1 Simulator
Credits Formula 1 Simulator
- Programming: S.C. Stephens
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