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F1 Pole Position (SNES)

F1 Pole Position SNES Title screen


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This Formula 1 racing game features 3 game modes and 16 tracks to race on. The game modes included are Battle, World Grand Prix, and Test Run.

Battle mode allows for an exhibition race where the player can choose any course and its condition plus how many laps the race will be. The player can also choose to race up to 13 other opposing racers,

World Grand Prix mode lets the player compete in a season of F1 races. The higher a position a racer finishes in a race, the more points will be awarded to increase their place in the total season standings.

Test Run lets the player practice any track without the interference of other racers,

Players can fine-tune their car using a variety of settings. Settings include adjusting the steering, tires, gears, brakes, wings, and the suspension. Players can also choose the type of pit work, tachometer (digital or analog), and whether to have either manual or automatic gear shifting.


F1 Pole Position SNES Round 1 of the World Grand Prix
F1 Pole Position SNES Winning a GP.
F1 Pole Position SNES Title screen
F1 Pole Position SNES Pit stop

Alternate Titles

  • "Human Grand Prix" -- Japanese title

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The Press Says

Joystick (French) Feb, 1993 94 out of 100 94
Power Unlimited Feb, 1994 8.3 out of 10 83
Mega Fun Nov, 1993 81 out of 100 81


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Ayrton Senna

This game is an official Formula One license product with seven real teams and only 13 drivers from the 1992 F1 season because McLaren star driver Ayrton Senna was under contract with Sega and its Super Monaco GP II game. He is replaced in the game by Michael Andretti who drove for McLaren in 1993.
Alaka (33089) added F1 Pole Position (SNES) on Jan 10, 2010