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How's your F1 Championship Edition career going?

This topic contains 7 replies, has 7 voices, and was last updated by Avatar of craig-o craig-o 3 years ago.

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  • #129905
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    Ell
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    After looking through some of my games today, id thought id pull out f1 CE nad continue my career:

    Season 2- Renault, Monaco

    Qualified 10th, i was 3 seconds quicker in q2 so didn’t want to qualify on pole.

    Race to follow…

    #176369
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    Fixy
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    I never aim for the best result (i.e. pole) in F1 Challenge (the only other F1 game I have), I like to start last and work my way up – something I’d never do in F1 2010 (where I have record wins and poles).

    #176370
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    Ell
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    Woopss, brother on the ps3, may have to wait until the morning!

    #176371
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    olliekart
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    I loved F1CE it Was my first f1 game I’ve sold the game but I’ll always remember being on pole at Monaco with super aguri

    #176372
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    Dan Thorn
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    F1CE is great.I once had an epic 20 lap battle for the lead with Michael Schumacher in a Super Aguri at the Nurburgring, managed to get ahead at the pit stop but got passed on cold tyres. I’ve done quite a few seasons on F1CE (maybe 6 or7) and I actually collated all my results into Excel (I know ajokay would love to see that!). F1CE is hugely underrated, you can unlock Jerez and several olde F1cars. It’s not perfect but its fun, and that’s all that matters!

    #176373
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    ajokay
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    I had the demo, and thought it was fairly enjoyable. but when I went to buy a cheap, pre-owned copy of the game to get me in the mood in the run-up to F1 2010, the only copies I could find were still 35. Fuck that…

    #176374
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    Stevo
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    I must have played dozens of seasons on this game. My usual strategy is to start last and either win or crash out. The last season I played didn’t go too well though. I had a decent championship lead but then crashed out of 3 races in a row and went into the last race with a 2 point lead. Things were going well until I put a wheel on the grass coming out of the pitlane in Brazil and spun into a wall backwards. Alonso finished 5th and I lost the title by 2 points to Alonso. I was gutted

    #176375
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    craig-o
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    Just started a new career.

    I won the World Championship after a thrilling fight with Alonso on F1CE, after being 37 points behind after just 6 races, and in 5th place, to clinch the title at Suzuka with a 4th place after overtaking Mark Webber at the Casio Triangle on the last lap at Suzuka. Winning the title by 13 points overall after a dramatic last race of the season at Brazil where you struggle to keep the Renault behind through the whole race, but somehow manage to win your 7th race of the season. Also having driven for 3 teams throughout the season. Super Aguri for the first 8 races, taking a win at Monaco and a 2nd at Imola. Wins at Canada, France, Hungary & Italy for Toyota. And then finally a win at China and Brazil for Ferrari before moving to McLaren for the beginning of the new season.

    I kept track of all the results from the races and how many points, wins & podiums each driver got

    1. Craig Woollard 113 7 9

    2. Fernando Alonso 100 5 10

    3. Kimi Raikkonen 73 0 5 (1 2nd place)

    4. Giancarlo Fisichella 57 3 4

    5. Rubens Barrichello 56 1 6

    6. Jenson Button 56 1 5 (Barrichello had an extra 2nd place)

    7. Michael Schumacher 50 1 4

    8. Juan Pablo Montoya 50 0 4 (2 2nd places)

    9. Felipe Massa 43 0 2 (2 2nd places)

    10. Mark Webber 28 0 1 (1 3rd place)

    11. Ralf Schumacher 23 0 1 (1 2nd place)

    12. David Coulthard 11 0 1 (1 2nd place)

    13. Jarno Trulli 11 0 1 (1 3rd place)

    14. Nico Rosberg 10 0 0 (1 5th place)

    15. Yuji Ide 6 0 1 (1 3rd place)

    16. Vitantonio Liuzzi 5 0 0 (1 4th place)

    17. Scott Speed 4 0 0 (1 5th place)

    18. Tiago Monteiro 3 0 0 (1 6th place)

    19. Christijan Albers 2 0 0 (1 7th place)

    20. Nick Heidfeld 1 0 0 (1 8th place)

    21. Jacques Villeneuve 0 0 0 (Best finish 9th)

    22. Christian Klien 0 0 0 (Best finish 10th)

    23. Takuma Sato 0 0 0 (Best finish 15th)

    Constructors: As I drove with 3 different teams I wasn’t expecting to win this year. Next season, certainly! (Teams I drove for I’ll put the points I got for them in brackets)

    1. Renault 157 8 14

    2. McLaren 123 0 9

    3. Ferrari 118 3 8 (25 2 2)

    4. Honda 112 2 11

    5. Toyota 91 4 7 (57 4 5)

    6. Williams 38 0 1

    7. Super Aguri 37 1 3 (31 1 2)

    8. Red Bull 11 0 1

    9. Toro Rosso 9 0 0

    10. Midland 5 0 0

    11. BMW Sauber 1 0 0

    Begun the 2nd season, with McLaren, a commanding win ahead of the Ferraris. Renault manage just 6th and 7th.

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