A young, digital Schuey laps Imola
Legendary cars and drivers from the 90s are now on your console...
Are you yet to pick up your copy of the so-realistic-it-makes-you-angry-as-you-crash-yet-again F1 2013? Is it because you believe modern F1 isn’t as good as the good old days? Well, Codemasters have now released six 1990s F1 cars, twelve drivers, plus two classic circuits (Imola and Estoril) that were only available as part of the “Classic Edition” of F1 2013. Making your excuse invalid.
They’ve put together classics like the 1992 Williams FW14B, 1996 Williams FW18 and 1999 Ferrari F399 piloted by drivers including Michael Schumacher, David Coulthard and Jacques Villeneuve. They’ve even digitised Nigel Mansell AND pixellated his moustache. Almost worth the £6.49 asking price in itself. And before you start arguing below, it’s available on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.
Still not convinced? Well check out a young Michael Schumacher in his 1996 Ferrari F310 lapping the legendary Imola. I think you’ll agree, it’s a bit tidier than when Jeremy, James and Richard tried had a go in three supercars…
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