F1 2010 and F1 2011 were picked by 38% of readers as the top F1 racing titles.
Second place went to the Geoff Crammond Grand Prix series with a quarter of the votes – an impressive result for a non-console title, the last edition of which was published 11 years ago.
Another PC title, rFactor, was a distant third with 9% of the vote which over 500 readers participated in.
Codemasters creative director Stephen Hood said: “To be mentioned in the same breath as Geoff Crammond makes us very proud.
“Many within the studio grew up playing his games and they’ve been a true influence.
“Formula One is massively important to us at Codemasters. We recently signed an extension to the license and have exciting plans for our F1 series this year and beyond. We cannot wait to share them.”
- Codemasters F1 games
- Geoff Crammond’s Grand Prix series
- EA Sports
- Grand Prix Legends
- F1 series: Psygnosis/SCEE
- F1 series: Bizarre Creations
- F-1 World Grand Prix
There are the individual games included in each series:
Codemasters F1 games – F1 2010, F1 2011
Geoff Crammond’s Grand Prix series – Formula One Grand Prix (aka World Circuit), Grand Prix 2, Grand Prix 3/GP3-2000, Grand Prix 4
rFactor – rFactor
EA Sports – F1 2000, F1 Championship Season 2000, F1 2001, F1 2002, F1 Challenge ?óÔé¼Ôäó99-?óÔé¼Ôäó02
Grand Prix Legends – Grand Prix Legends
F1 series: Psygnosis/SCEE – Formula One 99, Formula One Arcade, Formula One 2000, Formula One 2001, Formula One 2002, Formula One 2003, Formula One 04, Formula One 05, Formula One 06, Formula One Championship Edition
F1 series: Bizarre Creations – Formula 1, Formula 1 97 (aka Formula 1 Championship Edition)
F-1 World Grand Prix – F-1 World Grand Prix, F-1 World Grand Prix 2
Read F1 Fanatic’s reviews of F1 2010 and F1 2011:
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