Classic cars, tracks and drivers confirmed for F1 2013

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Codemasters have confirmed details of the classic cars, drivers and tracks which will feature in F1 2013.

A total of 11 cars from past seasons will feature along with 15 different drivers. Each driver is associated with at least one car and team as follows:

Car Original Driver Legend Driver
1980 Williams-Cosworth FW07B Alan Jones Alain Prost
1986 Lotus-Renault 98T Mario Andretti Emerson Fittipaldi
1988 Ferrari F1-87/88C Gerhard Berger Michael Schumacher
1988 Lotus-Honda 100T Satoru Nakajima Mika Hakkinen
1988 Williams-Judd FW12 Nigel Mansell Damon Hill
1992 Ferrari F92A Jean Alesi TBC
1992 Williams-Renault FW14B Nigel Mansell David Coulthard
1996 Ferrari F310 Michael Schumacher Gerhard Berger
1996 Williams-Renault FW18 Damon Hill Jacques Villeneuve
1999 Ferrari F399 Eddie Irvine Jody Scheckter
1999 Williams-Mecachrome FW21 TBC Alain Prost

The 1980s cars plus Jerez and Brands Hatch will be included within F1 2013. The 1990s cars and the Imola and Estoril tracks will only be available as part of F1 2013: Classic Edition. The latter version will be limited to 10,000 copies in the UK.

The game will be released on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC format on October 4th.

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Pre-order F1 2013 Classic Edition (PS3)

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Pre-order F1 2013 (Xbox 360)

Pre-order F1 2013 (PC)

NB. The PC version of the Classic Edition is available via download only.

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66 comments on Classic cars, tracks and drivers confirmed for F1 2013

  1. kyle dupell (@kyledupell89) said on 17th August 2013, 6:19

    *** codemastes NO Senna ***?

  2. WilliamB (@william-brierty) said on 17th August 2013, 12:39

    It looks so epic I feel close to tears.

  3. jre_f1 (@jre_f1) said on 17th August 2013, 13:31

    Ok, explain this….

    1988 Ferrari F1-87/88C orignal…. Gerhard Berger driven by Michael Schumacher
    1996 Ferrari F310 Original Michael Schumacher driven by Gerhard Berger

    I mean, what the ****?!!! There can be no logic to this at all.

  4. Jack (@jmc200) said on 17th August 2013, 13:53

    People are being unbelievably ignorant about the classic content here, do you any of you have any idea how difficult it must be to get a licence for a team that doesn’t exist, a driver who’s dead? Clearly not all of these cars are classics, and the drivers aren’t all meant to be realistic driver choices, codemasters said that the classic racing is fictional, with a Goodwood festival of speed vibe, of course they wanted Piquet in the 88 Lotus, but I imagine he was going to charge them a ton to use his image. I think we should be grateful to the drivers and teams who have been nice enough to allow them to use their image, it’s simply idiotic for people to suggest the Codies have no idea about F1, so that’s why Schumi’s driving an 80’s Ferrari, it’s just that that’s the best they can get at the moment, so enjoy it, because it probably cost them tons of money to get what we have got, I can’t wait to drive the FW18 though XD

  5. Valter Tänav (@velodrive) said on 17th August 2013, 13:54

    am I the only one who thinks that this game needs a new “open mind” update, where you can create your own team with your own fantasy layout for the car and so on. It would boost it(game) up for many reasons. At the moment we have so detailed and good game, but when you play it, you feel emptiness from some point. No commentators, no improvising, no nothing…just a game, with no talkable enjoy…

    • It’s not so easy for the developers to keep fantasy team options with your own racing liveries. Mainly because that is asking too much from the Game Engine. Codemasters will need a lot of investment to upgrade their game engine to your desired level. Wait for a few more years.

      Right now the Glacier game engine used in Hitman Absolution is something that can cater to your “open mind” needs, but it’s like a really expensive wind-tunel, not everyone can afford it.

  6. That was a refreshing and epic video. Real life F1 is probably less epic than this video. Probably has to do a lot with the music.

  7. No Senna, no McLaren? Wow, That is something

  8. Strongo83 (@strongo83) said on 19th August 2013, 16:10

    i take it nobody noticed that there is a secret hidden car which Codemasters are keeping quiet on.

    1976 Ferrari driven by Niki Lauda

    As seen here

  9. if im not mistaken jordan got taken over by what is now force india so surely them or eddie jordan own the rights to their cars

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