Advertising BlurbsBack of Box - Amiga (UK):
- All sixteen international Grand Prix tracks are accurately re-created in stunning 3-D
- Each car handles exactly like a Formula One car. You adjust gears, brakes and wings to maximise your racing chances
- Five levels of difficulty and six major driving aids help you learn the intricacies of Formula One driving gradually
- Race in practice and qualifying sessions, before challenging for the season's Drivers' and Constructors' Championships
"No other game comes as close to emulating the sight and sounds of the real Grand Prix."Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be one of those 26 drivers, revving on the grid, waiting for the Green light to start off on a mayhem of crashing of gears, smoke, roaring engines and burning rubber?
Well strap on your seat belt, because simulation specialists MicroProse and race-game veteran Geoff Crammond have teamed up to engineer the only complete Formula One Grand Prix simulation!
"Put simply, it's sensational. No other game comes as close to emulating the sights and sounds of the real Grand Prix. A triumph of both programming and design, Formula One Grand Prix isn't so much leading the pack as lapping it."
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Complete televisual coverage of every car in each race allows you to view the action from anywhere around the track.
Your pit crew will fit your choice from six different compound tyres in timed pit stops.
Take your place amongst 35 drivers from 18 teams competing for 26 places on the starting grid.
Contributed by Bullyt (523) on Jan 01, 2012.
Fend off challengers in the Phoenix Grand Prix. Overtake rivals on the streets of Monaco. Execute a savage hairpin turn on the Suzuka Circuit. It's World Championship Formula One racing at its most intense with MicroProse's World Circuit racing simulation!
Unlike other racing simulations, World Circuit offers you all 16 of the Grand Prix's demanding racetracks. The Monza Circuit... The Mexico Circuit... The Barcelona Circuit... they're all here in accurately mapped 3D representations with variable weather and track conditions!
But spactacular speedways are just the beggining! Because, as customary with all MicroProse games, World Circuit has special features that put you right in the thick of the excitement.
Features like: authentic Formula One handling and performance; dramatic slipstream effects; joystick controllable driving functions; detailed and animated pit stops; stunningly realistic crashes for the unlucky; and difficulty levels from rookie to ace.
In addition, World Circuit pits your Formula One racing skills against 25 independent computer-controlled drivers. All of whom are challenging you for the glory of being named Grand Prix World Champion.
- Modify your own Formula One car for each racetrack by selecting tires... adjusting front and rear downforce...and setting gear ratios!
- Exciting racing action can be viewed from multiple camera angles with special replay feature.
- Winners rewarded with awards ceremony screen!
- Choose between practice, single race, or the complete Grand Prix competition!
Contributed by tbuteler (3026) on Jul 03, 2003.
Can overtaking a rival on the streets of Monaco compare to the adrenaline rush of a hairpin turn on the Suzuka Circuit? Well, aside from purchasing a Formula One race car, there's only one way to find out. And that's by driving the thrilling World Circuit race simulation game from MicroProse.
World Circuit allows you to compete against world class drivers on all 16 of the premiere Grand Prix racetracks. You'll fend off challengers... execute savage hairpin turns... and experience frighteningly realistic crashes on your way to becoming Grand Prix Champion of the Year.
Contributed by Zovni (9384) on Jul 02, 2001.
Strap on your seat belts! No other racing game comes close.
This is the comple Formula One Grand Prix Simulation. All 16 Grand Prix tracks are accurately recreated, each car can be adjusted for gears, brakes and wings. With 5 levels of difficulty and 6 major driving aids, you'll race in practice, qualifying sessions and the full Drivers' and Constructors' Championship.
Contributed by Luiz Pacheco (1257) on Jul 26, 2000.