If you fancy yourself as the next Michael Schumacher then read on!
Computer games manufacturers, Codemasters, have got a new F1 game in the pipeline and it’s so authentic it features the new regulations, including slick tyres and KERS.
F1 2009 – as it will be know – will let racing fans experience the sensations of everything from driving on slick tyres to driving in the Singapore night race.
And it will also be the first game to feature the current reigning world champion, Lewis Hamilton.
The game aims to be as realistic an interpretation as possible and includes all this seasons cars, teams and circuits, as well as the new regulations such as slick tyres, revised aerodynamics and KERS.
The current championship leader, Brawn GP driver Jenson Button, said: “F1 computer games and circuit simulations can be invaluable for racing drivers so it’s great news that our fans will also be able to experience the BGP 001 through this game.”
And if that’s not endorsement enough, Mr Formula 1 himself, Bernie Ecclestone added: “Codemasters has a great heritage when it comes to racing games and their reputation is second to none.
“We’re working very closely together on the upcoming Formula 1 titles and are very impressed with what we have seen.”
So watch this space for news of the release date.
Alex Kapadia, Operations Team