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Formula One 2001 Latest News - PS2

Game Description:This Formula One racing simulation lets players select from 11 teams and 22 drivers to compete on 17 international tracks. Current Formula One drivers and tracks are represented, along with true-to-life sponsorships and licenses which add to the cars' realism. Modes include Quick Race, Grand Prix Season, Time Attack, and two-player split-screen mode. Players can adjust tire setup, brake balance, fuel load, steering angle, wing angles, and take advantage of several driving aids. Analog control capabilities, a 60 fps frame rate, and three camera views bring home the realism.
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  • Pedal to the Metal: Where's the Racing?

    Memorial Day weekend is a day to honor fallen soliders, but it's also synonymous with racing. Since 1911, the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 has been held over this holiday weekend, and in 1961 NASCAR joined it with the Coca-Cola 600. The Indianapolis 500 was actually a part of Formula One racing from 1950 to 1960, although it's currently part of the...

    Posted May 31, 2010

    Pedal to the Metal: Where's the Racing?

 


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