When Codemasters took over the franchise of F1 games there were those who had doubts and there were those that had a wish list twice as long Belgium’s Spa-Francorchamps circuit.
Even a handful of years ago the content and graphics that we now see in gaming would have been inconceivable. This is especially true when you consider Codemasters’ latest offering, F1 2019. Gameplay When you get into the heart of your F1 career most of the mechanics remain the same as experienced in F1 2018.…… Continue reading Game Review: F1 2019
The K1 grandstand on the outside of turn 1 at Malaysia’s Sepang circuit roars to life with an all-mighty cheer. It means only one thing – Kimi Raikkonen has just driven past in his scarlet Ferrari. I know this because I am sat right in the heart of the K1 grandstand. Of all the moments…… Continue reading Review: The Unknown Kimi Raikkonen
Look no further that Bburago’s 1:18 scale model of the Ferrari SF71H as driven by Kimi Raikkonen in the 2018 season
There’s a specific time of year that those gamers inclined towards F1 get a little bit giddy. It’s around mid-year when Codemasters announce the launch date for its latest installment in the F1 game franchise. To build anticipation to a fever pitch this is also underscored by the release of dev diaries and beta testers…… Continue reading Game Review: F1 2018
F1 aficionados and sim racers can rejoice as the second season of Formula 1’s Esports series has been announced.
In 2017 the Williams team celebrated four decades in Formula 1 with the release of a documentary that tells the most incredible story of one of the sport’s most successful teams.
The latest offering in Bburago’s Formula range is a 1:18 scale replica of Ferrari’s SF70H as raced by Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel in the 2017 F1 season. In the world of collectible F1 scale models Bburago has been given the license to produce replicas of Ferrari’s racecars in the last few years. It makes…… Continue reading Review: Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari SF70H, Bburago
I’ve always been a fan of the #Monaco race in part to the juxtaposition of the speed of #F1 cars being threaded through such tight, barrier-lined streets.
There was a bit of belief that the #SpanishGp could go well for us…alas…issues and clashes put a solid end to such hopes. But we continue to push as hard as we can with our not-so-trusty #Sauber